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The Year Book of Howard College 



PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY 
NINETEEN TWENTY-THREE 





Foreword 



We have tried lo show you in these 
pages not only a picture of the Howard 
College of 1922-23. but also the back- 
ground furnished by the Nineteenth 
Century Howard. If in reading this, the 

1923 Entre Nous 

not only we, the present students, but 
all of Howard's loyal sons will wish 
lo live again their happy college days, 
we shall feel amply repaid for our 
efforts. 

To those who through their aid have 
made this volume possible, we extend 
our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. 
ENTRE NOUS BOARD. 





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Dedication 



ivlcmory of 

$!mtrutall larkfimt JJulliam < 



A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Ancient Languages at 
Howard College 

WE AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATE 
THIS VOLUME OF 





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Ideals for H 



owar< 




DEALS for an institution of learning arc necessarily both 
physical and spiritual. 

On the physical side, it is our dream to have in the 
near future a practically new set of buildings which shall 
possess architectural beauty and which shall be in harmonj 
with the best traditions of academic construction. '1 hese 
buildings should not only be beautiful, but they should 
conform to the most modern demands in arrangement and equipment. 

The success of a college depends very largely upon the number of its 
instructors and their scholastic preparation. As the college grows, it is 
our purpose to bring into the faculty an increasing number of teachers 
already successful in the art of instruction and in creative ability. 

It is our hope that the level of study and scholarship in our student 
body may be increasingly higher; that our students may always exercise 
a spirit of common honesty in their daily relations to each other and in 
their conduct in class and on examination; that their lives may be guided 
by a spirit of gentleness and courtesy; that they may become more respon- 
sive to generous impulses and noble aspirations. 

It is our desire that Howard College may increase in educational 
spirit, and that it may become a place in which interests are created, 
enthusiasms kindled, love for truth inspired, and where learning rather 
than information is the goal of the teaching. 

John C. Dawson. 



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PRESIDENT JOHN C. DAWSON 



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WILLIAM KVKRETTF. BOHANSOV 



PKRCV PRATT BURN'S 



Wm. Everette Bohannon, B. Sc, A.B., A.M. 

Director of the Summer School, and Professor of 

Education 

B.Sc, Southern Normal College, 1904; A.B. (Classic), 
Southern Normal College, 1906; Life Certificate Graduate, 
Western Kentucky State Normal; Institute Instructor; 
Author (if County Educational Survey. Kentucky; A.B. 
(Psychology), Indiana State University, 1915; A.M. (Edu- 
cation), Indiana State University. 1916; Graduate Student 
(Education and Psychology), University ol Chicago (six 
quarters), 1916-17; President of Association of Alabama 
Colleges. 1920-21; Professor of Education, Howard Col- 
lege, since June l. 1918. 



John- C. Dawson, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. 

President 

A. IS.. G -getown College, Kentucky, 1901; A.M., How- 
ard College, 1920; Ph.D. in Romance, Literatures and Lan- 
guages, Graduate School of Columbia University, 1921; 
1. 1.. I).. Howard College, 191S; studied in France and Ger- 
many, 1903, l!'»7, 1909; Instructor in French in Summer 
Schools of University of Alabama and Columbia University; 
Instructor in French in Extension Department of Colum- 
bia University, 1920, 1921; American Dean at the Uni- 
versity or Toulouse. France, 1919; Editor of Plcard's "l.a 
Petite Ville," Ginn; Author of "Toulouse in the Renais- 
sance," Columbia University Press, 1921; Professor in 
Howard College since 1903; Dean from 1917-21; Member 
Commission on Standardization and Promotion, Southern 
Baptist Education Board; President since 1921, 



James Albert Hendricks, A.M., Th.B., D.D. Percy Pratt Burns, A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Economics and Sociology Professor of English Literature and Dean of Seniors 



A.B., Howard College, 1892; A.M.. .bid.. 1892; Th.B., 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1895; Student 
Union Seminary. 1902-1903; Graduate student Columbia 
University, 1902-03; Graduate Student University ol Chi- 
cago the summer quarters of tie- 1908-09-10-11; D.D., 
Louisiana College, 1910; Professor of the Social Sciences in 
Howard College since 1905; Graduate Student Universitj 

ol Chicago, 1!IL'1-L'L'. 



A.H.. Howard College, 1904; Professor in 
Una Co-Educational Institute, 1904-10; Prlnci 
Academy an, I Action Professor "i English; C 
1911-13; Professor of English, Howard Collage 
A.M.. Harvard, 1920; Dean "i Seniors since in 2 



south Caro- 
pal, Howard 
ommandant, 
. since 1912; 

1. 



Mitchell Bennett Garrett, A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

A.I!.. Howard Coll,.;;,.. 1 '. ; A.M., ibid, 1902 ; Ph.D., 

C ill, 1910; Assistant, Unlversltj ol Wisconsin. 1909 l"; 

Instructor, Unlversltj of Michigan, 1911-15; Professor, St. 
Lawrence University, 1915-22, 




nimnni.rs Randolph EAGLES 



FRENCH HUMS 



SI MM R ALRKRT IVES 




(AMES 1I0RI0N CHAI'MW 



Theophilus Randolph Eagles., A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., Unlverslt] ol North Carolina, 1908; Professor of 
Mathematics, Catawba College, 1908-09; Professor ol Math- 
ematics, Bethanj College, 1909-10; A.M., Unlversit 
North Carolina, 1912; Instructor, University of North I 
Una, 1910-13; Member ol Mathematical Socletj ol Amer- 
ica and Mathematical Association ol America; Acting 
President ol Howard College, 1919; Professor ol Mathe- 
matics, Howard College, since 1913; Acting Dean, 19 

French Haynes, A.M. 

Assistant Professor of English und Dean of Women 

Graduate of Hayw I Institute, N. C; A. B„ Meredith 

College, 1920; \..\l.. Cornell University, 1921; Instructor in 
English and Latin, Lee Baptist Institute, Va., 1916 IT; 
Instructor In English and Latin, Watauga Academy, Tenn., 
1919-20. 

Si mner Albert Ives, A.B., B.S., S.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 

A.I!.. Wake Foir st College, 1908; Marine Biological Lab- 
oratory, Summer, 1906; University of Chicago, Bummers, 
1907-08; si:.. University of Chicago, I91S; Professo 
Natural Sciences, Chowan College, 1905-09; Head ol the 
Department ol Natural Sciences and Professor ol Biology, 
[ta College, 1909-12; Professor of Biology, Howard 
College, since June, 1918; Graduate Study at Unlversltj 
ol Chicago it. ,in \|.iii isl to September 1st, 1921; Ph.D., 
I rniversity of < 'hlcago l 92J 

J whs Horton Ch vpm \\. A.B., A.M., Tb.M. 
Professor of Religious Education 

University of Alabama, A.B., 1904; A.M., 190B; Southern 
i Theological Seminary, Th.M., 1908; Student, Co- 
i University, Summer Session, 1916; Graduate Stu- 
denl Boston University, Sess 1917-18. 

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BURT parklr RICHARDSON' 



LOUIS K. OPPITZ 



WILLIAM NELSON THOMAS 



Burt Parker Richardson, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

B.Pd., Teachers' College, Warrensburg, Mo.; B.S., Drury 
College, Springfield, Mo.; Ph.B., University of Chicago; 
Ph.D., University ol Leipsic, 1912; Professor of Chemistry 
in Oklahoma Baptist University; elected i" Howard Col- 
lege, 1922. 

Louis K. Oppitz, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 

A.B., STale University; Superintendent of Schools, Mil- 
!•>]-.!, Ohio; University Scholar, rale University; .M.A.. 
ibid.; Superintendent of Schools, Batavia, Ohio; Professoi 
of Mathematics and Physical Science, Lebanon l niversity, 
Ohio; Assistant In Physics, University of Michigan; In- 
structor of Physics, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., 
ibid.; Associate professor c>r Physics, Western Collei 
Women; Professor "i* Physics, College ol St. Thomas, 
Minn.: Professor <>r Physics, Earlham College; Professo o 
Physics, Shorter College; Rome, Ga ; Professor >>f Physics, 
Howard College, since June, 1H22. 

William Nelson Thomas 

Professor of Greek and Latin 

Graduate Colgate University, A.B. and A.M.; Post-grad- 
uate Student, University of Chicago, 1919-22; Ph.D. Pro 
feasor of Greek and Latin, Westminster College, Utah, 
1919-22. 

\V. E. Sell LIEMAN 
Professor of Mathematics and Scientifii German 
A.M., Harvard; Ph.D. of Knox. 




\V. E. St. Ill IEMAN 



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I'.IWII SPINKS 



Rl HI MORRIS 



CLADSTONI JACKSON 




PA I L ni: LAI N IV 



Bennie Spinks, A. 15. 

Instni, lor in Romance Languages 

AJ3 Howard College. 1919; Instructor In M .,•„ i .,„. 

images, Jefferson Countj High Sch 1919-2™ 

Ri tii Morris, A. B. 
//-<(./ Demonstration High School 

; ,M ';■„:;,:::"",.: ;';"i;'- '" 9 = In8t "i«or. Chemistry. How. 

^^iler^^£s^-»T-^ 
Scl I since 1921. monstratlon High 

Gladstone Jackson, A.H. 

Instructor in Voice and Director of the Glee Club 

?':■.■■■,;. '::;;■' ^,::;;;:;:: i 1 ;;, ::;:,;'-:-:' '■'•''•-■ ■-- 

Paul de Lai nay, A.B., Lie. Mus. 
Assistant Professor of French and Instructor in Piano 

Summer School f'„ ; „ • , , , m " s "> '" Virginia 
ol South .•:,>,,!,,;,:'„,''."'". Lit "ature. Unlversltj 
Camp Jacks •oiumb.a*^ cT*X? Music" 5i r S*,? ch - 



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HARRIS COPE 



FRANK RUISINF.au BASENBERG 



JOHN J. MILFORU 



Harris Cope, LL.B. 

Athletic Director 

LL.B., University of the South (Sewanee), 1902; Assis- 
tant Athletic Director, University ol the South, 1904-07-08; 
Head Director of Athletics in the Manic college, 1903-16; 
Membei National Football Rules Committee, 1914-15. 

Frank Rubineau Basenberg 

Professor of Violin 

Pupil of the world's greatest virtuoso and teacher, Theo- 
dore Spiering; studied with him in New York for several 
years; appeared as soloist and concert violinist in East- 
ern and Western states, also served In the capacity ol 
first violinist in Unci' large symphony orchestra In the 
United states under noted conductors; since 1922 head ol 
the violin department ol Howard College. 

John J. Milford, A.M. 

Field Secretary 
University of Chicago 

Caroline P. Engstfeld 

Library Adviser 

stml.nl three years In Holllns College. Va.; Student. Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1917; Columbia University, 1918; Grad- 
uate New York Public Library School, 1912; head of Cata- 
logue and Order Department, Birmingham Public Llbrarj 
since 1912. 



M \kii Host 

Librarian 




(. \koi.i\i p. I \<;si I I in 



Librarian, Howard College 



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Student 
Instructors 



Homer ( '^n 
Biology 

Ci \ki mci Benni 
Biology 



Mil DRED SMI! II 

English 



\" I kc : I v. i \ Carswell 
English 



Eleanor Chandler 
Biology 

J. ('. Vaughan 
Chemistry 

\Y. I.. Williams 
Chemistry 

Clarence Thomas 
C/u mistry 

Glenn Gibbs 
Physu .> 

Roberi W. Hi ;<kim; 
Physics 

I wii s W. Brii ion 
Biology 

Florini II \coon 
Education 




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Senior Class 

Walter Bentley, 2 2V Centerville, Ala. 

"Sweet Thing" 

"//,• always had a smile 
That made him quite worth luhile." 

Franklin Literarj Society; s. mil Basketball, '20, '21; Glee Club. '21, '22. '2"; 
Boosters Club; Derby Olub; Howard Players; Assistant B - ..i Crim- 

son. '22; V. C. ii. 1 1. p.; v. M. i'. A.: President of Senior Class, '22, '22; ' - 
..i' Paper." 

Mabel Hodges, ZQ Birmingham, Ala. 

"Oh! blue-eyed maiden with golden hair, 
Why this blushing, bashful air.'" 

Shelburne Literarj Society; Ensley-Howard Club; Secretary Junior Class, '21, '22; 
Sei 1 1 tarj Si n 'lass '22, '22. 

Clarenci Rhodes Benni it. II K A Louisville, Ala. 

•Doc" 

"I dare do all that beeomes a man ; 
lie who dares do more is none." 

1 . Tit Freshman 'hiss. '20, '21 ; Pan-Hellenic Council, '22. '22.; Instructor 
11 Biology, '22, '22; i Mi i loma i hi. Literarj Society; Scientific Society. 



Belton Sims. 2 N Verm 

"Dad" 

Square and Compass; v. M C. A.; Student Treasurei Dining Hall, '1:'. '20; Cor- 
poral s. A. T. C, l 9 : Glee Club, '18, '19, '20, '21, '22; Directoi and Buslnesa Man- 
ager Glee Club, '20, '21. '22: Varsitj Quartetti I resident Senior Class, 
Brst semester, will return and i I flrsi Summer s< I I, 



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Senior Class 

Othar Thurston Alford, II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

"Boilermaker" 

"High-erected thoughts scaled in the heart of courtesy," 

Varsity Football, Basketball, Baseball, '19, '20, '21; Football, '20, '21, '22; Captain 
Football '20, '21; Captain Basketball, '20, '21; awarded Porter Loving Cup tor best 
all-around athlete, '21; Presidenl "ll" Club, '21; Philomathic Literary Society; 
Scientific Society; Central-Howard Club. 

Mildred McDowell Birmingham, Ala. 

"Bill" 

"The ripest peach is highest on the tree." 

Shelburne Literarj Society; Publicity Committee v. W. C. A ; Girls' Glci Club, '20, 
•jl; Central-Howard Club; Volunteer Hand; Ruthian. 

Emmet E. Bennett, 2 X, K H' Louisville-, Ala 

"An honest man's the noblest work of Hod." 
Philomathic Liti s Society; Sc iflc Society. 

< )k \ Daniel Bohannon Birmingham, Ala. 

"The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you good" 

Graduate o£ Western Kentucky State Normal; Patroness Zeta Omega Sorority, 

■n, '23. 



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Senior Class 

James W. Britton, K 2V Anniston, Ala. 

"If it be a gentleman and a scholar 
Ye seek, ye havr found him." 

]: << Club, '19; Derbj Club; v. m. C. A..; rellow Dog Club; Franklin Literary Soci- 
ety; President Pan-Hellenic Council '22, '23; Giasscutters, ':'l '23 Laboi 
Assistant in Physics, "22, '23; Treasurer Scnlot class. 

Homer Alonzo Casey, II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

•'/a ki " 

"Of manners gentle, of affections mild; 
In wit a man, simplicity a child." 

Instructor In Biology , 21- , 22. '22-'23 ; Frnnklln Liters-} Society; Pan Hell nlc C i 

ell, '21, ■■::; Central-Howard Club; President Scientific Society, '-'-'. ':':;. 

Ralph D. Clark, 2" N Wetumpka, Ala. 

Si UMPY" 

"Tiny say, best men are moulded out of faults 
And, for tin- must, become mud: more tin- better 
For being a litt'.r had." 

football, '_•". .1; Phllomathic Literary Society; Student Council; Scientific Society; 
Treasure; Student Rody; Vice-President Sophomore Class, '21, '22; President ol 
Y. M. C, A.. '23; Philharmonic Orchestra 



M \m Virginia Carswell, .1 I // 



. Albany, Ala. 



"Her eyes //'/•<■ stars of twilight fair; 
like twilight's too her dusky hair." 

i "'i lo " Chiel Entre Nous '22, '23; Howard Players "Scrap ol Paper;" I 

•lent ..i Pan Hellenic Council, '22, '23; Historian Sen lass, '22 '23; r. C. O. 1). 

I' ^ W. C \ : Shclbtirne Liternry Society; President Woman's Student i 

rrnment; i-oted most rcprcs me co-ed, '23; Assistant in English "22, '28; 

Boosters Club. 

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Senior Class 
Burnett C. Cow art, 2 N Haleyville, Ala. 

"Bart" 
"Ambition rules my brain, love my heart." 

Glee Club, '19, 20, '21, '22; Quartet, '19, '20, '21, '22; President Glee Club, '21, 'I':'; 
Phllomathic I iterary Society, Pecretary. '21. Vice-President, '22, President, '22, 
'23; Pan-Hellenic Council, '21, '--: Dining Room Council, '21, '22; President Derby 
Club, '21; Assistant Cheer Leader, '21, '22; Cheer Leader, '22, '23. 

Clara de Shazo Birmingham, Ala. 

"Charms strike the sight, merit iL-ins the soul." 

Girls' Glee Club, '20, '21; Volunteer Band, President, '21, '22; Vice-President i . 
M. «'. A.. '21, '22, ':':;; Student Executive Committee, '21; Secretary, '22, '23; Howard 
Players, '22, '23; Philharmonic Orchestra, '22, '23; Ruthians, 

A. M. Glover Dothan, Ala. 

"Every man has his fault, and honesty is his." 

Phlloms'hlc Llterarj Society, Vice President, '23; Syuare ami Compass; Divinity 
chili. Vice-President, '21; President, '22; v. M. i '. a.: Dining Room Council, '21, 
'22; Volunteer Hand; Winner of Inter-Society Debate, 23. 

Nai.uk Mae Casey, I r — Birmingham, Ala. 

"She is loved lor her smile, her look, 
Her ivay of speaking gently." 

iiiiis' Olee Club, '19, '20; Secretary, '20, '21; Central-Howard Club; President 
Shelburne Llterarj Society, '22, ':':'.. Junior Class Beauty, '22; Poet Junior Class, 
'21, '-'.'; Secretary Scientific Society, '22, '-':!; Senior Editor Entre Nous 





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Senior CI 



ass 



Swii ii. L. Heath Equality, Ala 

"They are never alone that arc accompanied with noble thoughts." 

fquari and Compass; President Divinity Club, '21; President Phllomalhlc Llterarj 
ty. '22; Debating Council, '21, '22; V. M, C, A. Cabinet, '21, '22; B C I. Club; 
Circulation Manager Entrc Nous, '21, '23; President Athletic Council, '22, '23; P 
dent Student r>">i>. '22, 

Robert W. Herring, <l> K X Sumterville, Ala 

"Fish" 

"Hi follovjcth knowledge Hie it setting star." 

I i. mi i n Literary Society, Reporter, '21; President, '22; Hermes Club; Executive 
Committee, "21, '22; Dining Room Council, '21; Varsity Debating Team, -'1. '_'_•. 
Assistant Librarian, '21, '22; Junior Class Reporter, '21, '22; Business Managei 
Howard Players; Editor-ln-C'hlel Howard Crimson, '21, '22; Sub on Varsltj Foot 
ball, '19; Howard Representative for Rhodes Scholarship, '21, 



Charles McKinley III rst, '/'I Hesse 



^■iiKT, .Ala 



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"Cheerful tit muni, he wakes from short repi u 
Breasts the keen air, and carols as he goes." 

Club, '19, '20, '21, "22; Varsitj Quartetti '19, '20 '21, '22; Football, '20; Var- 
Bltj Football, 'JI-: Derb) Club; Franklin Literarj Society; Treasurei 

Dining Room Council, '22. 



Verna Conneli Birmingham, 

"Little Girl" 

"Light of heart <unl fancy free." 
Shi Iburm Llti rarj Society, 



Ala 



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Senior CI 



ass 



E. E. Johnson, <1> K IJ Samson, Ala. 

"Jean" 

"Pure in heart, humble in spirit, he seeks knowledge and truth." 

Vice-President Divinity Club, '22; President Phllomathic Literary Society, '22 ; 
President College B. v. P. r., '22. 

Clarence L. Kelly, ¥ A Talladega, Ala. 

"Doc" 

"A man who stands foursquare to all the winds that blow." 

Franklin Literarj Society; Dining Room Council, '21-'22; Honor Roll, '21; Secretary 
and Vice-President Derby Club; Scientific Society; Pan-Hellenic Council, '22, '_'::. 

Fred Franklin Martin, 2 N Crossville, Ala. 

"The kindest man, 
The best (auditioned and unwearied spirit 
In doing courtesies" 

Divinity Club, '16-'17, '21-'22; '22-'28; Philomathic Literary Society, Critic, '22, '23; 
Glee Club, '16, '17; Track Team '16, 'IT; Baseball, '16, 'IT; "H" Club, '16, '21, 
'22; Debating Council, Treasurer, '21, '22; President, '22, '23; Volunteer Band, 
'21, '22; Vice-President Divinity Club, '22, '23; Corresponding Secretary Square and 
Compass Club, '22, "-':■.; Student Council, '22, '23. 



| ESSIE L. Freem \\ , A I I 



B 



iiniinj'iiani 



Ala 



"In gentle looks and talents rare 
None <an surpass and few compare." 

Girls Glee Club, '19, '20, '21; Shelbume Literary Society; Historian Freshman 

Class, '19, '20; Secretary and Treasurer Sophomore ''lass. '20, '21; Hii 'Ian Junior 

CI '21, '22; Declamation Contest, '20; Senior Play, '21; Junior Class Editor Entre 

Nous, '21, '22; Central-Howard Club; Scientific Society; Y. w. C \ ; Prophet Se 

class; Howard Players, '20, '21, '22, Plaj Founder I. ami. .la XI Deltn 

Sorority '22; Assistant Editor Crimson, ' 



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Senior Class 
I. W. Myers Clio, Ala. 

"Gentle, patient, brave and true, 
Great is the work waiting for you." 

Divinity Club: Volunteer Band; Phllomathlc Literary Society; Howard Players; 
Square Pnd CompaSB; Chairman Pulpll Supply Committei . Secretary IT. M. C. A. 

Irwin J. Quinn Hartselle, Ala. 

"/ never knew so young a body with so old a head." 

Treasurer Divinity Club, '22, '23; Philomathic Literary Society; Tennessee Vallej 
Biologj Club; Preachers' Basketball, 'i".'; Preachers' Baseball, '21; v. M, C. A. 
Janitors Club; Non Frat Mens' Fraternity. 

C. E. Stone, & KN Leeds, Ala. 

"In the race of life he will not he behind." 

Philomathic Llterarj foctety; 1'." i Senior ri.-iss. '22, '_ '•: Assistant Mauaeer Foot- 
oall, '20, '21; Captain Track Team, '20, '21. 

Bertha Devine Howard, .1 £ I Fairfield, Ala. 

"Her voice was ever gentle and low, 
.In excellent thine/ in woman." 

Girls' Glee Club. '20. "21 ; Ensley-Howard Club; Shelburni Literary Snclctk-; V u I 

A : Woman's Pan Hellenic Council Council, ':•-'. '28; Bclentlflc 

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Senior Class 

Dee Sapp Arkadelphia, Ala. 

"Deerie" 

"Merry as the day is long." 

Girls' Glee Club, '20, '21, '22; Shelburne Literarj Society; Sophomore Class Prophet, 
•i'ii. '21; Ruthlans; Membership Committee V W. i '. a., '22, ■_■:'.. 

J. P. Gillespie, Jr., $ K N Roaz, Ala. 

"Jerry" 
"The true, strong, and sound mind is the mind that can embrace equally great tilings and small." 

Franklin Literary Society, Secretary ami Treasurer, '23-; Scrub Basketball, '20, '21; 
Glee flub. '20, '21, '22; Honor Roll, '22, ':'::; Winner Phi Kappa Nu Scholarship 
Medal, '22, '23; Howard Band, '-'-. '23; Scientific Society, 

Edward Anderson Prattville, Ala. 

"Strangest minds are often those the noisy world hears least." 

Franklin Literary Society; Volunteer Band; Divinity Club, Secretary, '22j Presi- 
dent, 'i':: 

Helyn Lane, Z Q Birmingham, Ala. 

" I in all that jau i- is, is by nature good; 
That is a signe to know the gentle blood." 

Secretary sm. bin Body, '20, '21| Student Council '20, '21; <;iil-' Olee Club 
I'm Hellenic Council, l'1 '22 Shelburni Literarj Society; i \\ C, \ 



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Mildred Smith Montgomery, Ala. 

"Unblemished lei me live, or die unknown; 
O t/rant an honest fame, or grant me none!" 

Girls' Gl 'luh; Supervisor ol Shclburne Literarj Society, '22, '23; Crimson S 

Senior Class Reporter; V. W. C. A.; Finance Committee; Reportei Shelburm 
erai '23; English Assistant, '22, '23, 



J. C. V.UCHN','/' K II 



Camden, Ala. 



"Vaselino" 



"Thr gentle mind by gentle deeds is known; 
For a man by nothing is so well betrayed as by his manners." 

Phllomathic Literary Society; Howard Players, '20, '21, '22; Scientific Society; 
Instructor In Chemlstrj Lab., '21, '-i; Sui 

Herman D. Thomas, $ K N Hanceville, Ala. 

"I'm n " 

"From the crown of his head In tlir sole of /lis foot, 
lie is all mirth." 

Philomalhii Literarj Society; Treasurer Student Body, '20, '21; Senior Play, "'<>. 
i \ lc< Presidenl if. M. C. A., '21, '22; Howard Players, Business Manager, '21, 
'22; Football, '20, '21, '22; Manager Football Team, '21, '22; "H" Club, Vice-Presi- 
dent, '21, '22; Treasurer, Square and Compass, 



H. G. Win h.ik. II K A \,ah. Ala. 

"Nothing is impossible to the willing heart." 

i Iball, '20, '21; "M" Club; Phllomathic Literarj Society; Divinity Club; 

Squai • and l '"1111 1 

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Senior Class 

W. L. Williams, <I> K N Birmingham, Ala. 

"Bill" 

"They govern most who make the least noise." 

Philomathie Literary Society; Central-Howard Club; Biology Club; Laboratory In- 
structor in Chemistry, '22, '_':>; Physics Laboratory Instructor, Summer, '22; Quiz 
Instructor in Chemistry, '22; Treasurer Scientific Society, '22, '23. 

Mamie Carlene Wyatt Birmingham, Ala. 

"Cataline" 

"So well to know 
Her own, what she wills to do or say 
Seems wisest, •virluousest, di.u reelest, best." 

Girls' Glee Club; Shelburne Literary Society; V. \v. C. A.; Membership Committee; 
Prophet Junior class, '21, '22; Scientific Society; Ruthian. 

Brady Justice Newton, Ala. 

"But he whose inborn worth his aets commend, 
Of gentle soul, to human rate a friend." 

Secretary Studenl Volunteer Band, '20, '21; President Baptist Student Missionary 
Movement of Alabama, '20, '21, '23; Freshman Orator) Medal; President Howard 
Players; "Fanny and the Servant Problem;" Glee Club; .Square and Compass. 



R. E. Lambert, Jr., T A Darlington, Ala. 

"Jumbo" 



" llow sound his head and pure at heart." 



President Philomathie Literal - ) Society, '20, '21; Varslt) 
President Junior Class; President Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 

■ '.ii.im ii ; Vice-President Student Body. 

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Arthi r King Birmingham, Ala. 

"Red" 

"TIic noblest mind the best contentment has." 

Volunteer Band; "ll" Club; Baseball, '22; Phllomalhlc Literary Society; Divinity 
Club. 

William R. Copeland Bessemer, Ala. 

"Knowledge is power." 
Supervisoi In the Jefferson Count] Schools. 

Mrs. W. M. Rockett Bessemer, Ala. 

"The world nuts! have great minds, even as great spheres suns." 
Teacher In the JilTerson Count] Schcol System. 

Harley F. Gilmore Bessemer, Ala. 

"Ability wins esteem of all true minds." 
I 'i Incipal 1 1 uej (own 1 1 i«ii School 



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The Degree 

If you should lose, as others have done, 

Respect for self when fortune's won; 

If you forget the names of friends, 

The college, and books that are on your shelf; 

At every bend and every turn, 

From every youngster you will learn, 

Be you crowned with shame or fame, 

1 hat your degree is just yourself. 

C. E. Stone, 




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After looking carefully through ever) one of this year's myriad "Hooks ot Eti 
quette," I can't find a single paragraph on "How to Write a Correct Class History 
From the Freshman to the Senior ^ ear When ^ ou Entered in the Junior." I had suc- 
cumbed to despair when I caught sight of II. ( !. Wells' "Outlines of History," for 
then I was morally certain that he wasn't present during all the events he chronicled. 
Why, then, should I he utterly cast down? So 1 began, feeling firmly convinced, how- 
ever, that 1 had missed a great deal in not being here in [919 and seeing "Dad" Sims 
as an apple-cheeked country boy, or Clara de Shazo as a green little "Freshie." 

Hut even considering the notable history ot every class from 1842 to today, 1 feel 
justlv proud ot the Class of '23. Coming through a period of stress and strain in 
which we lost some ot our beloved classmates and faculty members, an emergence ot 
leadership has occurred — leadership in every college activity. 

Some of our members who set out with us in '19, by summer work, finished with 
the Class of '22, but, though we feel this loss keenly, to even the balance we have 
gained noteworthy recruits. Our president came to us from 'Bama in '20. Walter 
has plenty of good "ole" class spirit, besides being the cherished idol of the Model 
School, where the girls daily sigh tor "Rudolph." Clarence Bennett, a three-year man. 
has added great strength to our class, while last year we gained a budding authoress 
in Mildred Smith. Now, remember, I am just mentioning notables who entered after 
[919. Turn back to those write-ups and you will see of what kind ot people our class 
is composed. Hut I find myself unable to ramble long in those preceding years, but, 
w idling rather to muse, to reminisce a bit about this year. 

Remember Burnett taking the wooden bleachers November 25th, and making good 
the word he gave Birmingham-Southern. We did it, didn't we? 

Can you ever forget Mr. Heath telling all those folks in Cullman what we had 
here at Howard until one man got so overwhelmed that he inquired if we had a Ku 
Klux? 

But, even in those far-off, undesirable days of gray hair, false teeth and grand- 
children, will your memory of our class meetings grow dim? Can you forget those 
weighty discussions of canes and belt buckles ' Or, won't you remember that fierce 
letter that we got about the rings — and shiver? 

And the commencement — the parting of our ways. That happy-sad time. The 
ties of friendship tugging painfully — yet sweetly. Let us, my class-mates, think not of 
I'envoi, but of reunion. 

Virginia Carswell, '23. 



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Prophecy! I seemed to have lived fifteen years in the past five months, since I was elected 
prophet. 

Evidently the tension had been great. Snap! went something in my mental region. A unit of 
time was consumed in a delirious trance in which was portrayed the further adventure and oppor- 
tunity of '23 seniors "Beyond the Threshold." 

Imagine an X-ray method of locating dominant persons; second, imagine you see a world 
likened to a modern Utopia in which you would like to live and never he bored. 

Adjust your apparatus, and note the dazzling lights that are dominant in the Utopia. They are 
seniors. 

In the foreground, notice that — untrue to olden custom — every senior took up the proposition 
made by Bertha Howard: "To all seniors leaving off matrimonial obligations long enough to 
directly accomplish a distinct task for the advancement of human progress, she would give finan- 
cial support 'til said task be finished, said finance to come from money earned while on office 
duty in school." 

"A" is for Athletics and for Alford, known of old as "Boiler." He is coaching football, and 
has thrice the fame of all others in that particular line. 

No other name in our old Senior Class could have grown so quickly to the fame of a Johns 
Hopkins as Homer Casey, Bennett, Britton, Williams, Wyatt and Hogan. Dr. Nallie Casey is one 
of the greatest dentists and lecturers known to us. 

Look to the Four Corners for Clara DeShazo, Dee Sapp, A. M. Glover, Samuel Heath, I. W. 
Myers, Quinn and "Red" King. They accomplished a great task in religious and social service fields. 

Walter Bentley, Herman Thomas, Jessie Freeman and Mrs. W. E. Bohannon have gained 
Hudson Strode fame in Dramatic Art. 

Had you ever thought how much care-free happiness means to the healthy? That is just what 
Mable Hodges, Helen Lane, Mildred McDowell and Vema Connell have been teaching, and they 
have accomplished untold wonders. 

Surely you can't hear music through your X-ray imagination, but you can picture J. C. 
Vaughn, H. G. Wheeler and Ralph Clark's electro-radio organ operated, not by electricity, but 
by radio sound. 

Still thinking of music, think of the good the evangelistic singers, R. B. Sims, Charles Hurst, 
and Burnett Cow art have accomplished. 

Please note the attractively illustrated book, just edited by Fred Martin and E. E. Bennett 
dealing with sure methods of extinction of Amentia. 

Everyone must be elated over the prospect of being able to learn so easilv to write by the 
method of penmanship advocated by "Doc" Kelly. All old class members endorsed that long ago. 

Speaking of writing brings our authors and newspaper writers into the white lights. Mildred 
Smith, Robert Herring and C. !•'.. Stone are leading editor- and Feature writer- lor the Utopian 
papers. 

Virginia Carswell and E. E. Johnson are authors of renown in classical literature and bid 
fair to keep our Class of '23 living so that from their heights the -mis will see us and the 
earth will prove itself our friends, and we shall meet with a kinship ,,t understanding hearts 



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Junior Class 

Officers 

Dayton Riddle ... President 

George Yarbrouch .... Vice-President 

Ethel Clark Secretary 

William C. Hare Treasui 

AiLEEN Gui.LlHORN Class Editor 

Fred White Poet 

Gertrude York Historian 



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Junior Class 

El N A Abr wis. I I // 

Oil \ u ill I , ALABAMA 



Snonsor Football, '21: Class Beauty. '-'-': Basketball, 
'22; Women's Glee Club; Varsltj Quartette, 



El R \ Abrams, .1 I // 

OH \u ill I , ALABAM \ 

Rnonnnr Football. '21; CIrbs Beauty. ■■::. Basketball 
':'.': Women's Glee Club; Varsity Quartette; Secretarj 
College l! v. P r. 



Clarence Allgood, // A' .1 

BIRMINGHAM, ALAB \M \ 
Men's Glee flub; Phllomatblc Literary Society. 

W. T. Bains, V 1 

BI.OL MSVII.I ,E, Al U'.AM \ 

Baseball, '22, ':•::; Franklin Literal-} Socletj 

II I GH BARFIELD, '/' I 
LINEVILLE, VLABAMA 

Philomathic Literary Society; Varsity Football, "22; 
"H" Club; Y. M. >'. A.; Scientific Club; Royal Order <>i 
yellow I)(,ks. 

Lillie Barnes, A I I 

EXSLEY, ALABAMA 

Glee chili, '20, '22; Sbelburne Literary Society, '21 '22; 
r, W. C. \ ; Enslej -Howard club. 

Gertri de York. A I // 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Treasurer Sophomore Class; Historian Junior <*i;tss: 
Secretary Howard Players; Varsity Basketball, '21, '22; 
v. w. r. a. Cabinet; Entre Nous Staff; "Fanny ami 
tin- Servant Problem." 



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Mildred Basenburg, Z Q 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Central-Howard Club; V. W. C. A, 

Erskine M. Braswell, 2 A" 

DEMOPOI.IS, ALABAMA 

Glee Club, '22, '23; Assistant Cheer Leader, '21, '22. 
'23: r. C. O. D. P.; Poet Sophomore Class, '21, 22; 
Derbj Club; Y. M. C. A. j Philomathic Literary Soci- 
ety; Dining Room Council, '22, '23. 

J. Spurgeon Brindley; A' N 

BLOUXTSVILLF, ALABAMA 

Phil athic Literary Society: Varsity Football, '20, 

'21, '22; Basketball, '21, '22, '23; Captain Football, '22; 
Vice-President "H" Club, '23. 

Ranzy Buckner 

PRATTVILLE, ALABAMA 

Divinity Club; Square and Compass; Treasurer Student 
Body, '23; Treasurer Franklin Literary Society, '22. 

Ethel Clark, A I U 

FALKVILLE, ALABAMA 

Secretary Student Body, '28; Secretary Junior Class, 
'22, '23; President Dramatic Club '28; President Girls' 
citib. '23; Vaisin Basketball: Best VU-around Girl, '23; 
v. \v. c. a. Cabinet; Pianist Shelburne Literary Socl- 

• ■i\ ; Maid Birmingham-Southern Kami-, "21. 

E. S. Darden 

EAST LAKE, ALABAM \ 
Franklin Literary Society; Secretarj Six-foot Club 

Jewell Darden 

I \M I IKE, ALABAMA 

v. W. C. A.; Shelburne Literary Society. 




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Junior Class 

1. 1 ill l.i DORROH 

KENNI in. \l \r. \M \ 

Shelburne Literal-) Society; V. \v C. \ : Varsltj Bas- 
ketball. 

LORENI I h I k 

si \\ kin, \i \i; \\i \ 

Dramatic Club, ' lub; Basketball; Shelburne 

Literary Society. 

M un Bi \\ Gay, Z Q 

ENSLEY, to \v. \\l \ 

Secretary Y. W. C. A.. "_'_'. '28; Shelburne Llterarj 
Society; Y. \V. C. A. Cabinet, '21, '22; Ensley-Howard 
Club. 

I ) w Gaylord, // K A 

BIRMINGHAM, A LAB AM \ 

"H" Club; Varsity Football '21-'22; Baseball, '20-'21. 

Glenn O. Gibbs, </> K X 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

nsley-Howard Club, '22; Franklin Llterarj 
Sci»ntiflc Societv; Instructor Freshman Chem- 
istry, '28; Dramatic Club; Philharmonic Orchestra; 
Accompanist Glee Club, '22. 

Nellie ( Jibbs, I /' 2' 

ENSLEV . Ai \r. \M \ 

? W C. A., '21, "22. '28; Shelburne Literary Society, 
'21, '22 28; Ensley-Howard Club, '22, '28; Girls Gle< 
Club, '21, '22, '28. 

Evelyn ( Ik wis. I /' 2 

I A1K1 II I I), ALABAM \ 

r. W. C. \ '22; Shelburni Literary Society, '21, '22, '28 
Reporter Ensley-Howard Club, '22; <;iils' Glee Clnb 
'21, '22, '28; Vice President Woman's Pan-Hellenlt 
Council, '28; v. W. C. A. Cabinet, - L'S; Dramatic Club 
"Fanny and the Servant Problem." 



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AlLEEN GULLAHORN, Z Q 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

V. W. C. A. Cabinet, '23; Undergraduate Representa- 
tive ST. w. C. A.. '23; Secretary Woman's Pan-Hellenic 
Council, '23; Editor Junior Class, '23; Shelburne Lit- 
erarj Society; Glee Club; Ensley-Howard Club. 

W. C. Hare, *F A 

TUSKEGEE, ALABAMA 

Vice-President Student Body, '23; Student Council. '23; 
Dining Room Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Treasure! 

.1 i.n [OV I 'lass. 

Lee Head, 77 K A 

ONEONTA, ALABAMA 

Varsity Football, - 1», '20; Alternating Captain Football, 
'21; Assistant Coach. '21, '.'J; Varsity Baseball; Dining 
Room Council, '21, '22; President "H" Club; Philo- 
mathic Society; Glee Club; Jazz Quartette. 

Carl Hearn, 77 K A 

WVI AM, ALABAMA 

Philharmonic Orchestra; Phllomathic Literary Society; 
V. \V. C. A. ; Glee Club. 

Loyce Hendrix, A r 2 

HARTFORD, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; V. W. C. A.: Girls' Glee 
Club, '2 1, '23; Secretary Howard Players, '21, ':'J. 

James Jarrell, 2' A' 

LINEVILLE, ALABAMA 

President Glee Club, '2%; Glee Club, '21, ':"-', •:•:!■. .Most 
Popular Man. '23; U. C. n. I). I'.; ••\v Club; Howard 
Players; Pan He lenic Council, 'l;l'. '23; Manager How- 
ard criTnsr>n. '23; Advertising Manager Entre Nous, 
'22; v. m. C, A.; Phllomathic Literarj Society. 

Turner Jordan-. '/' A' A' 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



Manager Pootbi 
Nous Staff, '21, 



2; Crimson Staff, '21, '22; Entre 
"II" ciuh; Central-Howard Club. 



Florine Hagood, \ r 1' 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

S vV. c. ,\.; Shelburne Literarj Society; Howard 
Players; "Fannj and the Servant Problem;" C n s 
Club; Captain Co-Ed Basketball, 'l':'; Secretary Co-Ed 

"ll" i 'lui.; Assistant in Educa i ion. 




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II. ( I. Ketch \m 

EUFAULA, M IBAM \ 
] »i \ 1 11 1 1 \ Club; v M, C. A .. Franklin Lltcrarj B 

Willie 1 1 1 gh Kirk, I /' 2 

BIRMIKGHAM, ALABAMA 

Tesidenl v W. C. A.; Freshman Marshal; Sophomore 
Marsha); Treasurer Howard Players; Secretary Sopho- 

n Class; Student Council, '22, '_:'.. French Medal, 

'22; Sponsor Football, '22; Critic Shelburne Literary 
Society; Women's Pan Hellenic Council, '.:;. 

R. G. Knowles 

ill Mil \\n, \l VBAM \ 

Howard Crimson; v. M. <'. \ : Secretary Men's Qloe 
Club. 

J. B. Lamberth, 2' N 

ALEXANDER tin, ALABAM \ 
hllomathic Literary Society; v. M. C. a.; Derbj Club. 

Franklin I'. Lassiter, </> A' A 

ALBER rVILLE, ALABAMA 

Philomathtc Literary Sccicty; v. M. C. v.; French 
Prize. 

E. M. Lowry 

ONEONTA, ALABAM \ 

C \RI K>\ LEEj 5P I 

BIRMINGHAM, AL IBAMA 

Franklin Llterarj Society; Central Howard Club, 

A. Nil son Willis, <l> K .Y 

Kl SSEL1 VII l.l, \I \l; \MA 

livinity Club; Volunteer Band; Howard Players; 
Franklin Literary Society; Crimson Staff; Entre Nous 
si :i IT. '22; Honor Roll, '22, '28; Triangular Debates, 'L'J; 
Howard-Marlon Debate, 28; Debating Council; I 
.i. ni Franklins; Library Assistant, 



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J. D. Mallory, 2" N 

ANNISTON, ALABAMA 

Olee Dub; IT. r. o. D. P.; Philomathic Literary Soci- 
ety; v. M. C. A.: Derby Club. 

Frank Mullins, 77 K A 

CLANTON, ALABAMA 

Glee Club; Secretary Franklin Literary Society; Pin- 
ing Room Council; Nu Kappa Delta; Knockers Club. 

Maurice Norwood 

CULLMAN, ALABAMA 
Philomathic Literary Society; Y. M. C. A. 

Orlando Ogi.e. T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Hallie Stephenson, -1 S A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; v. w. c. A. 

S. S. SwEARENGEN 

EAST LAKE, ALABAMA 

Divinity Club; Franklin Literary Society; Y. M. C. A. 

Miriam Thornton, I F 1 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Secretary Shelburne Literary Society, '-:'.; F. w. C. a. 
Cabinet, '--, '-'■'■; Central-Howard Club. 

George Yarbrough, V A 

LAMAR, AI.ABAM \ 

Dining Ko, im Council; Debating Council; Inter-Societj 
Debater; [nter-CoIlegiate Debater; Vice-President 
Junior Clasa; Vice-Presidenl Franklin Literary Soci 
ety; Varsity Football; Director Co-Ed Athletics; Treas- 
urer Debating Council; Brainiest Man. 

C. I). Riddle, I ZV 

I AM LAKE, ALABAMA 

Philomathic Literary Society; President Junior class: 
Advertising Manager Entre Nous, '23. 




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ROB] R "I \ TR] CHSl I .. I / — 
BIRMINGHAM, ILABAMA 



Shelburne Literal T. W. C. A Ci nl i i.1- 

Howard Club; Dramatic Club; Crimson Staff, '22; Entre 
Nous Staff, '-'-'• 



Hilton Upton 

M V.I 1 . MISSISSIPPI 

Assise. Entre Nous; \ late Editor Crlm- 

son; Phllomathlc Literary Society; Eneley-Howard 
Club; Boosters Club; v M C \ Annual Honor Roll, 
22 . Head of Colli i ■ Publli Ity 



|i wiiii: V.\inn.\\. I r 1 

CENEVA, ALABAMA 

First Violinist Pbllharmonl l; Shelburne Llt- 

. rary Bocietj ; V. W. C. A. 

Ruth Wallace, I r Z 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAM \ 
Shelburne Llterarj Society; V. \v C A 

II. \V. Weaver 

Divinity club; Phllomathlc Literary Society; v. M. 

Frfp White, ¥ I 

BIRMINGHAM, Al IB \M \ 
Varsity Football; Baseball; Crimson Staff; Band; "11" 



G. G. Williams 

m W'l I >\ III E, ALABAM \ 

Robert Shelton 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



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Well ! Of nil Things! Here we nre, juniors, and here I am trying to write the history of the 
Clnss of '24. To be honest, I nm unable to say which is the most shocking. 

The first thing that registered itself on my memory as a Rat, was sitting next to Jimmie Jarrell 
in the first Freshman Class meeting. Naturally, we were both green and knew nothing about 
elections, so we voted for everybody who was nominated. Out of that election the preachers came 
with flying colors. 

We stumbled along through that year, learning such facts as — that George Washington had 
false teeth and wore a number eleven shoe; that Spirogyra wouldn't bite, and that if you loitered in 
the halls with boys you would be invited to the Dean of Women's office, where you would receive 
demerits by the wholesale plan. We cut up all the newspapers and almanacs trying to get "Why, 
what, and where" news articles for freshman English. We sat at the feet of Miss Clark, and 
listened to her philosophy of "How to get any man you go after, and how to keep him." Her 
philosophy was interesting, but it has proved unsuccessful to the writer. 

In a great tumult our freshman year came to an end and we found ourselves advanced 
one step higher upon "the stairs of learning." 

Having learned such things as, never to whisper more than ten times in the library, never to 
be late to Dr. Hendrick's class, and always to laugh at Professor Bohannon's jokes, and always 
to tip your hat to Professor Burns, our sophomore year ran along rather smoothly. Oh, of course, 
we were vain — vain as all sophomores — and our proud vanity manifested itself upon the poor 
Rats, forgetting that we, only a short year before, were poor, green and shivering Rats. 

Our sophomore year nevertheless had its stings, for we had to take Chemistry, and ol all 
things, learning such nonsense that ice boils liquid air; but in Religious Education we revised 
the Bible minutely, and became able to quote Scripture on any occasion. 

Thus the time came when we became juniors, and lacked only one step of being educated. We 
are juniors — the real pillnrs of the college — with all our required work gotten off, we now take 
what we please and look after the affairs of the college. Just to show you that we are the 
real leaders on the campus, I have only to mention the following: "Bo" Brindlev, captain of the 
football team for 1922; "Bob" Shelton, captain for 1923; Florine Hagood, captain of the girls' 
basketball team for 1923; Willie Kirk, president of Y. W. C. A.; Ethel Clark, Best All-around 
Co-Ed; Jimmie Jarrell, Most Popular Man; Billy Hare, Shrewdest Politician; George Yarbrough, 
Brainiest Man. you know "Professor" Yarbrough did not enter with us as a Rat, but he has 
alreadv made a "rep" for himself, not only as the wisest, but as our hero. (He is always on hand 
when the girls' dormitory catches on fire.) 

Oh, yes, all the juniors nre important, but I haven't the time to mention the rest; nnd, anyway, 
having so many shining lights would make the other classes look pale. 

Gertrude York, '24. 



Class Poem — Footprints 



At twilight I stood by the seashore 

As the snowy capped billows rolled in, 

And I watched the effect of the water 
On the numerous tracks made by men. 

There were footprints — a myriad of footprints 
In the sands of that beautiful shore, 

But the waves came from over the ocean 
And the footprints were seen nevermore. 



Time may be likened to water 

That erases the prints in the sand ; 
It smoothes the sharp edges of anguish 
And softens the pain of a man. 

When we've gone from this old world of sorrow 
And our loved ones ran see us no more; 

Then our dce(K will be hidden — forgotten, 
Like the footprints I saw on that shore. 
Frfd Willi i:, '24. 



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Sophomore Class 

Officers 

Fkkd Carter President 

Annie Lee Mason Vice-President 

Thelma Stacy Secrctary-Treasuret 

Elinor Beasley Class Editor 

Virginia Hili Class Reporter 

Elizabeth Foster Historian 

J. M. Vanderford Poet 



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L. E. Alford 

SAMSON, \| \ll\M A 

11 \K\\ I 1 .1 Al I.I N 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

H Ifill A\VTR1 Y 

STEEL, ALABAMA 

Phllomathlc Literary Bocletj 

Elinor Beasley, A A II 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

v. W. C. a.; Girls - Glee Club; Shelburne Literary so- 
clety; Entre Nous Reporter Sophomore Class; Central- 
Howard Club: Philharmonic Orchestra; Maid 

ball, '23. 

Sarah Bentley, A A II 

ROC'KKORU, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society: Debating Council. '23; 
Freshman ("lass Beauty. '22; Secretary Glei Club, '2S; 
Voted Prettiest Co-Ed, '22; Howard Pla - 
"Scrap of Paper," '23. 

R. L. Bonner 

EAST LAKE, ALABAMA 

W. R. Britton, </' K X 

ANNI8T0N, ALABAMA 

Franklin Literary Society: Y M. C. A.; Howard Col- 
lege Band. 

D. W. BlRSON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

President Divinity Club, '23; Debating Council; Vat 
sity Debating Team. 

Fred Carter, A' 2" 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Secretary Central-Howard, '22; President Central- 
Howard Club. '28; President Sophomore Class; Frank- 
lin Literary Society. 

Beatrice Caver 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Central-Howard Club; Treasurer student Volunteer 
Hand, '23; Treasurer Ruthlan Club; Y. W". C. A R< 

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Eleanor Chandler 
scottsboro, alabama 

Vice-President Tenm ssee Valley Club; Assistant in Bi 
ology; Instructor in Mathematics; Shelburne. 

J. C. Conger 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

E. Braxton Cosper, 2 N 

STERRETTS, ALABAMA 
Sheik Club; Philomathlc Literary Society. 

Kathryn Craig, A A II 

ENSLFY, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; Cabinet Y. W. C. A.; Vice 
President Enslcy-Howard Club; Secretary Debatin 
Council, '22; Feature Section Entre Nous, '21, '22. 

Gertrude Dial, A E A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. 

Jennie Dilworth 

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Tennessee 
Valley-Howard Club; Volunteer Band. 

J. I. Edwards 

WILSONVILLE, ALABAMA 

Winner Mathematics Medal, '21, '23; Divinity Dub; 
Volunteer Band; Vice-l'resident, '21. '22; President. 
'22. '2:i; Vice-President State Hand. '22. '23; Philo- 
mathlc Literary Society; Chaplain Second Quarter, '22, 
•23; Honor Roll. '21, '22. 

Leroy Elliott, 2 N 

VINCENT, ALABAMA 

Elizabeth Foster, A I A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Historian "f Sophomore Class; Shelburne Literary So- 
ciety; Cabinet v. w. c, A.; Ensley-Howard Club; Latin 
Watch, '22; Honor Roll, '21, '22, 'L':i; Entre Nous staff; 
Crimson Staff, 

W. S. Fuller, «/' I 

DADEVILLE, ALABAMA 

v. M. C. a.; Glee Club '22. '2:!; Philharmonic Orches- 
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| \c K ( IrREGORYj // K . 1 

BIRMINCH \M, M KB \M \ 
Phil Bthli Literal"} 601 

J. F. C. Griggs, T i 

M IRBl Kl , \l VBAM \ 

c,i., Club, '21; Scrub Baseball, '21: 1 M C \ ; Phllo- 
■ > . Scrub H;i*i<' tball, '-\ . Sci ub 
ill, '21, '22. 

\\ ii ii \\i 15. ( ii i.i.i rn . - A 

FLORE NCI . U IBAM \ 

Reporter I M. C. A.; Glee Club; Howard Playera; 
Phllomatblc Literal j Soi lety. 

II. S. HlGDON 

JAY, ALABAM \ 

i ilee Club; Divinity ' 'lub, Vlci Pn Bld< lit 

denl Student Volunteer Band; Chorister Phllomathlc 

Literarj Socletj ; Y. M C. A. 

Virgini \ Hill, .1 I // 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Llterarj Society, Vice President, ':'-'. '28; 
Feature Section Entn Nous, '22; Historian Freshman 

11, '22; Ci Imson Repot ter Sophon I Ila« 

'23; v w. C, A.; Central-Howard Club; Mathematics 
Medal, '22; Girls' Glee Club, "22, '28; U. C. < >. 1 >. P.; 
Howard Players, '22, '28; "Fanny and the Servant 
Problem." 

Daisy Hoover, Z Q 

BIRMINGHAM, \I IB IM \ 

V. w. c. a.; Shelburne Literary Society; Central-How- 
ard Club. 

L. G. Johnson, <l> K ZV 

SAMSON, \l \i:\M \ 

Divinity Club; Glee Club, '22, '28; Y. M. C A ; Phllo- 
mathlc l. it' rary Society. 

F.i.i.n: M \i: I.wvi.iy. .1 I // 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

y. \v. C. A ; Central-Howard Club; Shelburne Llterarj 
, Baski tball, '22 : Girls' Glee Club. 

W. L. Lenderman, // K . 1 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 
Franklin Llterarj Society; Bnsley-Howard Club. 

Rl BY I. II II. I . I / - 

MORRIS, \I VB Wt A 

V. w. C. A ; Shelburne Llterarj Society; Honoi Roll, 
Ba ketball, '21, '-'-'. 'l'3. 



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Margaret McBride 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Ensley-How- 
ard Club. 

Marvin McCarthy, II K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Nell McElhenney, A X Q 

ENSLEV, ALABAMA 

Voted Prettiest Co-Ed; Ensley-Howard Club; Girls' 
Glee Club; Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. 

Doris Mader, Z Q 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

Chorister Y. W. C. A.; Shelburne Literary Society; 
Girls' Glee Club; Ensley-Howard Club. 

Annie Lee Mason, A A II 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Vice-President Freshman Class; Vice-President Sopho- 
more Class; Vice-President Central-Howard Club, '21, 
'22; Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W, C. A. Cabinet; 
•Marshal Freshman Class; Crimson Staff, '21, '22. 

Susie Minter, A Z A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Shelburne Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. 

Virginia Minter, A E A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Assistant Advertising Manager Entre Nous. '22. '23; 
Crimson staff. '22; Vice-President Central-Howard 
Club, '23; Shelburne Literary Society; V. W. C. A.; 
Pan-Hellenic Council, '23; Maid Birmingham-Southern 
Howard game. '22; Sponsor to Editorial Staff Entre 
Nous, '22. 

Lola Mae Moody 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Shellmrne Literary Society; Enslev-Howard Club- Co- 
Ed "II" club; V. W. C. A. Cabinet. 

Mildred Murray 

fairfield, alabama 

Kuthian Society; Volunteer Hand: Shelburne Literary 
Society; v. W. C a.; Vice-President Ensley-Howard 

Club. 

J. Frank Norrls, 1 X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Phllomathlc Literary Society; "ll" Club; Football 

'22, '23. 

Roswell Owens, // A' .4 

Business Manager Entre Nous, '22-'2S; Square & Com- 
pass; Divinity Club; Student Council. 




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R. A. Nunn \u\. // K I 

BIRMIKGN \\1. \l ISAM \ 

Phllomathli Literal*] Bociety; Isslstanl Manager 
Football Team, '22; Managei elect Football, 'it; Cen- 
tral Howard. 

1km \ ParsonSj I /' - 

BIRMINGHAM, AIM! \M \ 

Shelbume Llterarj S i\. v. \\ C. A.; Cenl at 

ard Club. 

A. A. P \ss 

BLOUN rSVIl I E, \i \i; \M \ 

Ivie Pearl Ray 

RESSKMI K, \l \l: \\1 \ 

Shelbume Llterarj Society; v. \v. C. A ; Howard 
Players. 

J. ( I. Riddle 

DEARMONVILLE, ALABAM \ 
Franklin Llterarj Society; v. M. C. A. 

J. Boyd Runyan,2"A 7 

ASHLAND, ALABAM \ 
Glee i i"i>. v. M. C. \ . Baseball, '22, '::'.; ■•H" I lub 

George R. Saxon. </> K X 

ALBERTVILLE, ALABAM \ 

Y. .\l. C. A.: Vice-President Phllomathlc Llterarj So- 
ciety; Dining Hall Council; President Boosters' Club; 
i lebal Ing < Council ; I tebal m^ Ti am. 

John Shepherd 

LEESIH RG, ALABAMA 
Franklin Literary Society. 

K Aim. i i \ Sloan, I /' 2 

ENSLEY, \l \l; \M \ 

Shelburne Literary Society; Glee Club; Bnsley-Hoivard 
Club 

Ellie Eari i Sides 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAM \ 

Shelburne Llterarj Society; v. w. C. A.; Central-How- 
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Alma Smith 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society. 

Rosalie Smith 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Y. \v. c. a.; Shelburne Literary Society; Former stu- 
dent Shorter College, Georgia. 

Thelma Stacy, J F 1 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Sponsor Birmingham-Southern-Howard game; Secre- 
tary Freshman Class; Secretary-Treasurer sophomore 
Class; Captain and Coach Basketball Team. '21. '22; 
Manager Basketball Team. 'I':'. '23; Best Ail-Around 
Girl Athlete, '21, -ii; V. w. C. A.; Central-Howard 
Club. 

Clifton Stepheson, 77 A' .4 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

C. H. Stevens, 77 K A 

JACKSON, TENNESSEE 

Philomathic Literary Society; "H" Club; Football, '21, 
'22, ':.':!; Baseball, '23; Central-Howard Ciub; Porter 
Lo\ inK Cup. '23. 

J. Jones Stewart, 2' A' 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 

Howard Players; "Scrap o( Paper;" •Fanny and the 
Servant Problem." 

Perry L. Stone 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Tory Sti hiss, 2' A' 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Philomathic Literary Society; Football '21 '22 '23' 
"11" ciub; Basketball, '21. 

Virginia Si mmers 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literary Society; Treasurer v. \y. c. a.. 
Treasurer Eneley-Howard Club. 



Cl irence Thomas 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

jletj . Assistant in l !hemlstry, 



Philomat bi.' Literary 
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B. F. Atkins, <l> K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
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Henry R. Thompson, </> K X 

ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA 

J. M. Vanderford 

Poet Freshman Class; Poet Bophomori I 

A. S. Wattbrs 

Divinity Club. 

H. E. Watlixgton. II K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

J. B. Wharton 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

President Divinity Club; President Phllomathlc Bo 
clety; Square and Compass; President Tennesse< 

Club. 

Hllax E. Whitehead. // K . I 

ENSLEY, ALABAM \ 

President Ensley-Howard Club; Howard Players; "Mr. 
Bob," '21; Football. '21, '22, 'L':t; Phllomathlc Lltei 
Soi lety. 

Hilly Willingh am 

PELL CUV, ALABAMA 

M ABLE WlLI.Ol 'CHBY, \ F 1' 

CORDON, ALABAMA 

Shelburne Literal*] Society; v. \\ C. A.; Vlce-Presldenl 
B. c. i. ciub. Secretary Boosters' Club, '28; Howard 
Players; "Fanny and the Servant Problem. " '22; "Mr 

Bob," 'M ; "Scrap ol Paper," 'J3. 

James H. Wise, 2' A" 

LAFAYETTE, ALABAMA 

Pbilomathic Literary Society ; Sheik Club; Secretary 
Phllomathlc Society; Circulation Manager Howard 
Crimson, '22; Howard Players; "Mr. Bob. - ' '21; "Fanny 
and the Servant Problem," '22; "Scrap of Paper," '23; 
Organization Editor Entre Nous. L':i; V. M. i '. A. 

R. D. Wright 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Divinity Club; College Proctor, 

V. L. Wyatt 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAM \ 

Divinity Club. 



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PROLEGOMENA. 

Only the most presuming author would at- 
tempt, within the scope of so liniiti d a space, to 
give the exhaustive history, appreciation, and 
accomplishments of the class of '25. One may 
think we magnify, e.r ostentatiously rave, when 
in verity we only recognize our praiseworthiness 
and achievements — and these are. indeed, very 
many. 

i'H AFTER I. 

As there must be a beginning for all things, 
so was September 6. '21, the historical date that 
heralded the Know-it-all Class into existence. 
Know-it-all Class? Yes, indeed. Exactly one 
hundred enlightened green faces rushed tumult- 
ously and shoved their way into the Registrar's 
office. 

One yital necessity of man is "sassiety." 
therefore, a very short while had we been on 
the campus whin we were initiated into "sas- 
siety." The occasion was a reception honoring 
Dr. J. C. Dawson and OURSELVES. Certainly 
there was a continuation of good times through- 
out the yen. Mod best of all was the freshman 
party at .Mrs. Watlington's. 

CM course, we erudites, were put through "Rat- 
ivity" in high style. After tirades, or other vio- 
lent deeds Inflicted by upperclassmen, some of 
us — poor Rats that we wer< — were chased nightly 
down the fire-escapes, or lost near the outskirts 
of College .Springs. There were some despicable 
deeds done which we are selfish enough to with- 
hold from posterity lest other Rats may enjoy 
them. 

Speaking of honors for a Freshman Class, 
was there ever a class that had so many honors 
justly heaped upon them for excellent great- 
ness? One orb in our planetary system is 
George Saxon, who automatically acquired the 
first Birmingham News' Scholarship, our hards, 
Fuller, Mullins, (Juliet. Owens and Watling- 
ton, will make this class live in posterity. In 
all branches of athletics, men from the ranks of 
the freshmen have acquitted themselves the 

true sportsmen. Such men as "Ham" Stevens, 

"Toby" stuhbs. "Bob" Shelton and Jesse Lackey, 
as well as many others, have aided Vastly in all 



branches of sports at Howard. Without men- 
tion of our co-ed basketball team this narrative 
would be incomplete in regard to athletics. With 
Thelma Stacey as coach, and such representa- 
tive girls as "Zip" Moody. "Poco" Little, Anna 
Kenda, and Florine Hagood, a team was or- 
ganized. 

In the Hall of Fame and Medals we were rep- 
resented by Virginia Hill and J. I. Edwards with 
Math medals, and Elizabeth Foster and Ellie 
Earle Sides with watches for scholarship in 
Latin. 

CHAPTER II. 

So we passed the door which opened into 
Sophomoredom. The latch of the door was lifted 
for us by final exams. We could not stay in our 
"freshie" year any longer, but we loved its suns 
and snows, and even its storms and darkness 
were good for us. 

Although everyone admits that sophomores 
are the ringleaders in all activities of the 
campus, we are still confined to compulsory at- 
tendance at Literary Society, chapel exercises, 
and long drawn-out papers in the department of 
Religious Education; and campus courses are 
not in vogue as of olden times. 

With the exception of these aforenamed 
clouds, we have made an imposing appearance 
through the haze in Dramatic and Glee Clubs, 
Y. W. C. A.. Y. M. C. A.. Honor Roll, and we 
claim the honor of the prettiest girl at Howard. 
Nell McElhenney, and also the honor oi' having 
an excellent artist in the person of "Zip" 
Moody. 

Our first two years of college life are past — 
all save the memory of them, and the effect of 
them; these abide— a part of the fibre of our 
latest selves. But for the other two years — the 
strange new ones — what? I ought not to ask. 
A veil is over their days — mercifully; I only 
know that I have assayed them; that they are 
but a little hit ol' the whole span of life — a bi- 
annual unit in the sum of Time; and that in 
them lie our further adventure and opportunity. 
We shall go on. 

ELIZABETH FOSTER, Historian. 



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Of our great race, the second lap is run; 

Fet we wail not for preciOUS chances passe d. 

in ^oiden ages, long forgotten, gone; 
i in vanished joys our .judgments seal the past. 
Reflected glory, glowing on life's heights, 
Reveals the transient crescent of our night, 
And in this honored form our hearts unite-. 

Our record lore is nol destroyed by age; 
Our deeds our own posterity have tied 
To future tasks, our minds' great heritage, 
wiih courage strengthened for the work untried, 

And this year's gain, the g|ni\ eel our class, 

We'll build an.« oi.. en the "hi. the past, 

Lest we must fall and lade and. Ins.- at last. 
.1. U. VANDERFl IRD, 

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Freshman Class 

Officers 

J KP Dendy President 

Hugh Reeves Vice-President 

Al/I IIKA DRYOEM c . -r 

„ _ secretary-Treasurer 

Eugene Dawson .... 

™ _ Poet 

I HELMA Bates .... , 

,. „ Prophet 

Evelyn Hix Crimson Reporter 

Jewel Graves Entre Nous Editor 



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Willi km R. Abbot r, '/' I 

i w>\\ nil, \i \r. \\i \ 

AMOS C'l A Dl AD W1V '/' K A 

i:<>\ lis, \i \i; IMA 

M \tiii Lois Albert 

I \s| I ■! , \l Ml \MA 

Ern i st K. Alli \ . 7' K .Y 

VERNON, Al AB \M \ 

F.i.n \ Almgri \. Z i2 

1 \1R1 II I I), Al All \M A 

Jessii I.i i Ansi i v 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

J. ']'. An i now. </> K -V 

BNSLEY, ALABAMA 

Morgan Baker 

BIRMINGHAM, ALAB \MA 

H \RRls |. H VTTON 
SELMA, ALABAMA 

Josiah I). Bancroft, 2 A 

I 1ST! \ki , A! \n\\i \ 

\. L. Baines 

BIRMINCH VM, U VB \M \ 

I'm i. Barnett, '/' /\' .Y 

CI MM \N, ALABAMA 
Executive Committee; Varsity Debating Tea 

Helen Bass, 1 I // 

BIRMINGHAM, M IB \\l \ 

'I'll ELM \ M VII s. I /' 2' 

i \-i i \, ALABAMA 

Prophi t of Freshman < 'his-. 

R. L Ai i jcander 

BIRMINCH VM, AI \r> \\l \ 
Dlvlnltj Club; Square and Compass. 



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Mary Esther Bentley, A J II 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Marie Boyett 

ROCKFORD, ALABAMA 

Robert H. Bradford, 1' J 

UNIONTO'.VN, ALABAMA 

Douglas M. Braswell, 2' 2V 

DEMOPOLIS, ALABAMA 

Blrley A. Blchanax, (p K N 

ALBF.RTVILLE, ALABAMA 

Thelma Bullington 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Lafayette B. Burgin 

ETHELVILLE, ALABAMA 

Guy L. Burns, II K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Mary A. Busby 

PRATT CITY, ALABAMA 

J. L. Campbell 

HEADLAND, ALABAMA 

Ruth Carlisle 
birmingham, alabama 

Mamie Chambi.ee 
birmingham, alabama 

Jack Champion, x I' , I 

MARBURY, ALABAMA 

Nannie B. Chandler 

ALBANY, ALABAMA 

Margaret Chi rch, \ r 1 

BIRMINCH WI. ALABAMA 




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Run \RD A. Cl \\ ton . // K .1 

BIRM1NCH \M. \l US \M \ 

W. II. Clini 

\l K\u\. u \i; AM \ 

1 1 \/i i E. Cobb, X Q 

BtRMIKGH \M. \l IB VM \ 

II. VV. CONKBLL 
BIRMINGH \M, Al US \M \ 

W. Allen Conn i r 
Andai i sia, \; \k\m \ 

Elza B. Cox, // K .1 

PRATTVILLE, ALABAMA 

I'. B. Cox, T I 

SI OCOMB, \l IB \M.\ 

Erman L. Crew, 2 1 .Y 

GOODWATER, ALABAMA 

Ei gene Dawson, // K A 

I l SCAl OOSA, VLABAM \ 
Poet "i F"n ah man < 'loss. 

Robert Jep Dendy, V I 

BOAZ, u U5\MA 
Pi ■ sldenl Freshman ' 'laas. 

I I \l(ltv I". 1 hCKINSON 
i\iki.kii\, ALABAMA 

Elsie Hope Dillon 

BIRMINGHAM, A I IBAMA 

W. B. Dow i i.i. Jr.. •/' I 

BIRMINGHAM, ALAB \M \ 

Ai.i ii i \ I )ryden, .1 I // 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

II. B. Little 

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John T. Ellis, -Y N 

CLANTON, ALABAMA 

Floyd W. Faulkner 

OXFORD, ALABAMA 

Bessie Feagin 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

John L. Fixklea, // A' .4 

BUEN'A VISTA, ALABAMA 

Julia Fixklea, .4 J // 

BUENA VISTA, ALABAMA 

F. C. Freeman, // A' .4 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Ixez Gardner 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Roy L. Gardner 

DADEVILLE, ALABAMA 

Jewel Graves, J 7 1 2' 

FAIRFIELD, ALABAMA 

Basketball; Boosters' Club; Freshman Editor Enti 
Nous; Marshall, '23. 

Carl H. Green 

ENSI.KY, ALABAMA 

Horace S. Hall, Jr., V 1 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

M. D. Hamrick 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Cornelia 1 1 \\ nx, Z Q 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Bill Hardy, .1 I // 

SHEFFIELD, AI.AIi \\l \ 

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BIRMINGN \M, ALABAMA 

Charles Abbott Hassler, \u.. <l> K A 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

Cl RR\ I I U \ I S 
CH 1)1 , NOR I II CAROLIN \ 

C. II. Ill u 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Evelyn Hearn, A S I 

\\ > I.AM, Al \|] AM A 

ERLINE I I ENDERSON 
BNS1 I n , AL \i: \M \ 

Evelyn Ili.v.l I // 

BIRMINGN \M, \l Ml \MA 

Freshman Class Reporter foi Crimson; r. C. U D 

P.; As-... rii, Editor Entre Nous. 

Julius W w n r I loon 

III SBl i«.. Al \i: KM \ 

Julia Beth I [rabowskj 

KVSI.h\, \I..\11.\M.\ 

I I I I.I \ U URLBERT, .1 I // 

l\>in, ALABAMA 

C. Thaddei s Ivi y, 2' ZV 

EVERGREEN, \l \i: \M \ 

E. ( I. Jackson 

ISHFORD, ALABAMA 

Andrew II. Knight, // K .1 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

E. S. Lanier, // A' I 

IIARI I OKI), Al ABAMA 

Jennie Johnston 

MADISON, \l IB \MA 

St vci n Petti s 

MADISON, ALABAMA 



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Frank Lowery 

ONEONTA, ALABAMA 

Elizabeth Lloyd, .4 J 77 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Mary Elizabeth McCli re, .4 J // 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Maid at Birmingham-Southern-Howard game. 

Everett G. McDonough 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Mary Frances McNeil, J 7 1 2' 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Velma McNutt 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

.Mary Elizabeth McPherson, Z Q 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Hobart Mayo 

BOAZ, ALABAMA 

J. Donald Merchant, x V J 

MAPLESViLLE, ALABAMA 

W. T. Mims 

DOTH AN", ALABAMA 

R. A. Mlrchison 

EQUALITY, ALABAMA 

A i brey S. Miree, Jr., x F J 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Lillian Nesperling 

BESSEMER, ALABAM \ 

Frances Newman, Z U 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Grace Pass, 1 r 2 

BLOLN TSVILLE, ALABAMA 

( Jertri de Tidwell 

ONEOK I \, ALABAMA 




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\IK\o\, VLABAMA 

St vcby Petti s 

MADISON, ALABAMA 

Ch \ k i . i s I". Petty 

Cl LLM IN, AIM: \\I \ 

C. B. Petty 

CO] LINSVILLE, ALAB \M \ 

Edgar Moody Poi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

J i SSE ( J. Porter 

I'll RO Willi:, ALABAMA 

Minnie Li i Powell 

VNNISTON, ALABAMA 

\V\i. H. Pow i i i 

madisov, ALABAMA 

Hugh Delone Reeves, '/' J 

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Myrtle Reeves 

BIRMINGHAM, ALAB \M \ 

Jenny C. Robinson, A I // 
Earl Tennis Rogers 

MORRIS, ALAB \MA 

Preston ( i. Roi si 

BEI low, ALABAMA 

Elliott Scarbrough, Jr., V I 

Ml. WILLING, ALABAMA 

Kennard I". Si i \\\ 

Cl BA, ALABAM \ 

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Seldex Sheffield 

PI.NEHILL, ALABAMA 

T. W. Shows, Jr. 

LUVERNE, ALABAMA 

Helex Sparks, A A II 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

Robert W. Stallworth 

EVERCREEN, ALABAMA 

Nai fleet Sldduth, JT- 

BIRMINCHAM, ALABAMA 

Charles R. Taliaferro 

EVERCREEN", ALABAMA 

Russell H. Tinklepaugh, U K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Louise Wall 

HLNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 

Morgan Wallace 

MAPLESVILLE, ALABAMA 

R. L. Wear, «/' 1 

ASHBURN, CEOKI.I \ 

H. T. Wells, </> K X 

BOAZ, ALABAMA 

Thel.ma Warrex White 

ATTALLA, ALABAMA 

Helex White 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

F. E. Williams, // K A 

ENSLEY, ALABAMA 

.Violet Arcella Wilhite 

l AlKl [ELD, ALU; \\i \ 

( rRACE Riley 

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PROPHECY 



oi'R FUTURE BY RADIO. 

"Broadcasting Station R. A. T." I tailed to recognize the first announcement, but soon there 
came a voice 1 had heard somewhere before. Can it be Johnnie Lee Poole? Yes, and I seem t" 
be hearing a confidential conversation: "Cornelia, have you heard the ..." Well, I'm 
hearing something new, for I didn't know Lillian Nesperling was even thinking about getting 
married. We'll hate to lose her, but, I suppose, a M. R. S. degree is better than an A. B. 

"Broadcasting Station S. (). I'., Operator Carl Hyche. A pep' meeting at Howard College, 
1924." How the time flies! ("here i- such a conglomeration ot voices as to make difficult recogni- 
tion of the cheer leader's voice. Now I know it N Erman Crew, hacked by Spizzerinktum. Pro- 
fessor Eagle; threw hi- watch into the galler) while giving his annual "pep'' speech. Will we 
win that game with that wonderful Howard "pep," with that wonderful team, with a coach 
w hn tears to pieces hi- own hat in the excitement? 

"Broadcasting Station J. I . N., Operator John Ellis, Jr., January 24, 1925. A faculty meeting 
at Howard College." Ah! Mum I listen? I greatly fear that I'm treading where angels fear 
to tread. Anyway, I'll listen thi> time, for the} are discussing the Junior Class. Why, Dr. 
Dawson is really praising US, and some ot the other professors are adding complimentary words. 
So the) do think something ot us, even though the) do sometimes give us a "C" when we are 
-me our vast knowledge merits ;in "A" grade. Jewel Graves is still keeping up her wonderful 
scholarship record. How proud we are of her! Dr. Dawson's voice is heard again: "In fait, I 
think tlie entire Class ot '2h . . . . " Oh! What i- the trouble? I can't hear a thing. Of 
course, something had to happen to the radiophone just when I was hearing something thrilling, 
I suppose. 

"A Senior Class Meeting ot '26." Is it possible that w e Rats of 1922-23 are really seniors? 
Under the leadership ot our Rat president, Jep Dendy, we obtained such a start, and now we feel 
proud of students like Paul Harnett and Jessie I.ee Ansley. Not main classes can boast of a 
pianist ot the talent ot Naufleel Sudduth, or a beautiful voice that is Mary Elizabeth McClure's. 
I didn't believe I'.. B. Cox could make such a swan song. 

"Broadcasting Station I.. I. I". I'.., 1935." In the news from various stations we hear "Dr. 
Hue) Wells, noted surgeon, announces a sensational operation. Funeral services led In Re\ . R. 
Ware. Campbell has broken all record- tor his hatting average in the world's series. Hazel 
Cohh, beautiful successor to Norma Talmadge, will he -tarred in J. B. Anthony's next production. 
Hugh Ree\c- ha- found a drug which leave- no trace- in the body of it- victim when used a- a 
poison; he i- to he married again soon." 

"Closing announcements and signing off. This concludes the program. Good night." 

Thelm \ I! v 1 1 •. 



rreshma 

I wish I w as a little rock 

That lies beneath a tree, 
And I had never heard ot hook-, 
Nor the) had heard of me. 

I wish I was a great, big, red, 
Consuming, flaming fire ; 

To burn up every darned old book 
Would he m) great de-ire. 



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I wish I vva- a great, big, rolling 
( Icean, or a sea, 

And all these craz) hook- 
Were hurled down to me. 

I w i-h I w a- a teacher 

Ot ever) darned old class ; 
But 1 am just a freshman, see, 

And have to hone like h — I to pa--. 

El GENI D UW>\, '26. 



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Student Body Officers 

Samuel L. Heath President 

William C. Hake Vice-President 

Ethel CLARK Secretary 

Ranzy Buckner Treasurer 



The Student Body 

Times have changed! The faculty no longer says to the student "you shall" or 
"you shall not." Now, in this time of student honor, the students propose to govern 
themselves. And Howard students live under a system of honor and self-govern- 
ment, endeavoring to keep abreast of the time in all matters. As the old form of strict 
discipline and demerit systems passed out with the old system of pedagogy, so Howard 
ushered in the new vision of efficiency and satisfactory educational training. As the 
foundation of the student government system, there is the constitution under whose 
provisions officers are elected each Spring for the ensuing scholastic year. 



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Sti dent Executive Commii i i i 



Seniors — 
Clara de Shazo 

Frkd Maim i\ 

Sophomores — 

Tin: i. ma Stacy 

ROSWELL Ow I MS 



.1 u mors — 

W'n in III CM K.IKK 

W'ii i iwi C. Hare 

/ r, shmen — 
|i \ %■> i Robinson 
1'ai l Bakni i i 



The Work of the Student Executive Committee 

Howard organized the student body in 191 6. This called tor an executive com- 
mittee to deal with all matters of a disciplinary nature. This committee, or council, is 
composed of the president of the Student Body, vice-president of the Student Body, and 

two representatives from each of the tour classes, a boy and a girl. The council is 
guided, in a measure, by the constitution of the organization. 

The work of the executive committee has been praiseworthy. Excellent co-opera- 
tion has been maintained between students and faculty through the medium of the 
council. The honor system at Howard, though not, as yet, perfect in the narrowest 
sense of the work, has proved itself of real value to the students and, with increased 
experience, will certainly continue to (unction with even greater Success. 



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(Sroaa blam fnr blow, Ma- 
puttttg turlj by tnrlj, fnr am 
wtmlb not rrtr?at, nor t'otlpr 
flinrlj. S B B B B 19 fl 

— Byron : Don /uan. 



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Harris G. Cope, Coach B. T. Dobbins, Assistant Coach 



Howard Coaches 

Coach Harris G. Cope and Assistant Coach B. T. Dobbins arc direct products of 
Sewanee, the University oi the South. Coach Cope played his entire college career on 
the Sewanee eleven, afterwards becoming head coach, in which position lie served tor a 
number of years, jiivin"; Sewanee some of the best teams in its history. 

Coach Dobbins played his full tour years at Sewanee, and under Coach Cope, later 
on becoming assistant coach. In his full four years, Coach Dobbins made the mythical 
All-Southern selection. 

In their lirst year at Howard, the two coaches have endeared themselves to everj 
student, professor, alumnus and friend ot the college. 

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Captain i«" Brlndley, Centet Foi three years Captain Bo 

haa been the malnetaj ol the line In tl nter ol the a< 

ties ..ii the field. Coming to Howard In the rail of 1920, he 
made the varsltj In hie Freshti and has nevei been 

threatened bj an] v.n likelj candidates, although there 
been manj Bo la a verj light man fot the line, • ip< 

ciallj the center port bul what Bo lacka In weight he 

more than makes up for In fight During the 1922 aeaaon 

;,, s.i a ■ i example i"i bis tea latea by hia steady, 

ui.sisti in pluj 



Boiler Alford (1921 Captain), Tackle How 

one ..i the besl men II e\ ■ i had to sei i 
■4ri.in.iii. when Boiler Alford departs from 
of the AJma Mater, Blnce he graduatea 
ami hus played ins tun i.mii year* B< 
ma. I. the varsltj In Ms Freshman fear, 



ard loses 

. ..ii the 
the balls 

i hia j ■ ar 

illei mIs.. 

iiml has 







i n a member of i he fii si 

ever since. With a mus- 
cular body thai anj man 
would be proud of he haa put 

it Into righting ror ii 1.1 Alma 

Mater and too much praise cannot be given him 
ror the service rendered n will be a long time 

before boi "ill bring to II. .war. I a record to 

Mford's 

Capt.-Klecl lt»l> Staelton, En te ol the lightest 

enda evei to appear In a Crimson and Blue unle, 

Is aboul iii. 4i in. -i and hardest hittii 
them all. Fearful of no man. big or small, they 
all looked aliki ind after he hit them they 

all t.it ih, same way, in everj game he played 
this year he tackled opponents so fiercely thai 
their supporters yelled for Hi.' team to get him 
nut si. mi. wax or other, but Bob is one «>" 

With this spirit ..i ti^lii ami ab- 
solutely in. yellow about him. Bob will set a glow- 
ing example roi hia teammatea in 192J, ami Berve 
as an exc< llent leader. This Is Bo '■ year 

in make ••. letter. 



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Fattj Thomas, Guard-Tackle— Fatty has served his last 
year on a Bulldog- eleven and in the spring goes out into 
the world to tackle other things. In his first year at 
Howard Fatty scrubbed around, bu1 tor the remaining 
years he made the varsity each year, and has just - 
his last. Always ready to fi^clit. always eager to -i i his 
best, Patty has rendered valuable service and proved a 
Bulldog of the first «ater (it bulldogs have anything to 
do with water). In 1921, aside from his playing, Fatty 
handled the manager's job anil did himself Justice. When 
the roll is called next September, Fatty is another athlete 
who will be sorely missed, 

Charlie Hurst, Guard — Serving his second and las. year 
as a member of the Crimson and Blue varsity, Charlie 
came to the front as none other has. From a mediocre 
sort of player it, 1921, when he first made his letter, aftei 
scrubbing for tun years, Charlie was devel- 
oped into : , very hard working guard this 
year and his huge hulk was always there to 
stop the charges of tin invaders, lie never 
quit fighting. His head was always up. It 
is only to he regretted that this is Charlie's 
last year. He will be missed in '23. 



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Hugh Barfleld, TackU — At the 

first of the season. Coach Cope 
had difficulty in finding an- 
other tackle, hut as Barfleld 
i :i me steadily along, t he need 
vanished, and Hugh proved to 
hi' a most capable man. Al- 
ways fighting, never willing to 
give up. a hard, dependable 
player, Hugh delivered the 
goods, ami is to he looked for- 
ward to in i!i23. his second 
Near on i in- team. 



Fred White, Back— The rise of Fred White to the front ranks 
sounds like a llotai io Alger story. Obsolete almost in his 
Freshman rear, a mere grasscutter next year, and the plu 
iest ami hardest working player in 1923— that's Fred. in 
the first work. mis ..I iiio year, Coach Cope was more tavoi 
ably Impressed with the way Fred handled himself than any 

other man. and set him down as a sure on,, from the start, 
and Fred was that. Light, but plueky and full of fight, grit, 
determination, this ex-Uullpup had the stuff. This is his 
first year to make ins letter. 




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Dim Oaylord, Bach Handicapped somewhat thli yeai bj Inter- 
mittent sickness, sun Dan gave hit beat He «as tried al end 
and in th< backfleld. where al laal u. landed, Like manj "i hie 
matei he "as ais.. light, but full >•> tinht. He has aerved 
three year* In a Crimson and Blue unle, making the team In his 
ii Howard, and 1928 will )»■ his fourth and laat 

.l.-s Lacker, Halfback Tins is Jess' second y. ar on the squad, 
1921 being i, is Brat In his Freshman Fear, when he blossomed oul 
in full bloom. The midget ol the team, In sunn- respects he 
could always i„- counted <mi to carry the * •;» 1 1 for som< 
advance Is Jess has t«" more \.-;ns to serv< wc 
are looking forward with expectanc) In seeing 
till Milt the real <if in> career. 




Marvin McCarthy, Halfback Mac also 
has three more years mi the team as 
this is his Brsi year, Low and heavy- 
s , , he proved t" be a hard-driving, 
charging little back, and once he 
gained the attention of the coaches 
they couldn't keep him off the team, 
and he played many a full-time en- 
counter, winning his letter. 

Hum Stevens, Quarterback Hindered mosl of the season 
bj a bum ankle, Ham came through with the goods us 
., general, it was not until the Union game that Coach 
Cope discovered In Hum that ability, but limping, Ham went In 
the game and rejuvenated the team, after several others had 
..l in the signal caller role, and f<>r the rest ol the season 
Ham «;.s us. ,i as quarterback. it was In the Blrmlngham- 
Bouthern game that Ham stepped out. He carried over the 
touchdown and kicked a pretty placement from the rorty-yard 
line that gave us the game. This is Ham's first year on the team. 



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Bed King, Guard — Red was the third guard, but he gave such 
good service that lie won his letter this year. He was a fighting 
demon and a hard man to play against. This is his first year, 
ami next year will be his last. 

Toby Stubbs, Guard — "Mule" has 

two more years as a Bulldog, and 

if his first two are any example 

of what he is going to do in the 

r< maining few, (hen Toby can be 

depended upon to deliver the 

goods. This year Toby played as 

Toby has never played before, a 

Birmingham writer giving him 

credit for the best game a guard 

has ever played at Rickwood, and that's saying 

s.ur,. thing. What Toby lacks in weight, he 

makes up for in breaking through the line and 

spilling the plays before they get started. 




Frank Norrie, End — "Jel- 
ly" has been the surprise 
of the season, anil a 
happy one at that. There 
wit.- those who said he 
wouldn't last, hut In 1 1 id 
and it was a glorious 
lasting. They thought he 
was too much of a jelly- 
bean, but as Coach Copi 
once said. "If he is a 
jellybean, give me more 
jellies." Frank made 

good from the start in 
the Auburn game. I'm a 
while he was used as a 
backfleld man. but later 

on he was shifted to an 
end. where he stuck, sun 
enough stuck. This is 
Frank's first v ear to make 

ins tetter. 

|{iis~ell Cl'ink) TinUlepaugli, Halfback — FrobabI] th. light- 
est man that ever p'ayed ror Howard, still he is said to 
have tin- brightest future, and this may lie truly bo, II 
his initial endeavor in his first year is to be depended 
"I" 1 " Underweight, maybe, but he tights and has a 
h. ad on him. id. iias three more years, 



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Football Squad 

Coming to Howard in the Summer of i<)22, Coaches Harris. G. Cope and Hob 
T. Dobbins found football material rather scanty in both quality and quantity. Seven 
letter men presented themselves for training, and six of these were eventually placed 
in the line. A call was issued bj the coaches, asking every man in the student body to 
come out for football, both for his own physical welfare and the future of the team. 
Students who had never before seriously considered football answered the call, and 
the result was a squad which eventually furnished the combination which defeated 
Birmingham-Southern's greatest team. Preachers, athletes, high school substitutes, 
jellies and the scholastically elite became members of the squad, and each afternoon 
went through strenuous instruction on Berry Field. A quarterback, punter, halfback, 
fullback, right end and left tackle were created by the coaches, while the reserves and 
;rasscutters were entirely without previous experience on the gridiron. Willingness 
to work, utmost confidence in the ability of coaches who had made Sewanee's Purple 
Tigers a power in Southern football, together with realization that the eleven must be 
a winner on the season's concluding day, turned the trick and surprised all Alabama. 
as well a- Mississippi. Every member of the football squad of i<»22 deserves the plaud- 
its of the student bodv for the answer to Howard's call in the time of need. 



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Will ii III en Kikk, Sponsor 

Mam Elizabeth McClure, Maid Elinor Beasley, Maid 



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Football Resume 




HERE was a gloom) outlook on Berrj Field ;ii the beginning "l the 1922 season. 

Must cil the best promising material <>t the previous war tailed to return, some 
nt them being scrubs who had been depended upon. 

It was a shak) proposition ot an unknown quantity to the nth degree that 
Coaches Cope and Dobbins took oxer in the Fall. The coaches were unacquainted 
with the situation, and the players had a new coaching system to become accus- 
tomed to. . ... „ .. ,,ll 
So all in all there was a dark cloud, 

Hut ever) cloud has a silver lining. 

I lit- boys that went out tor football last year had it in their hearts to plav football lor all 
the) were worth, and as the days grew into weeks the) realized that their purpose would be 
fostered b) the coaches as the) --non found that the two were there with the goods, it the fellows 
would onl) gobble it up and digest it properly. It was a slow process, but it was well worth it a~ 

The season was successful. 

Evidence: Howard, 9; Birmingham-Southern, 7. 

Hut we are beginning at the end. 

The first pmif of the season was with the Jacksonville State Normal School, and the boys were 
told not to unnecessarily let loose; but we won, 12 too. 

The next game was with Auburn, and they were too strong for the Bulldogs, as the Plainsmen 
had one ot the strongest teams in its hist try, as evidenced by its record. 

Marion came to town next, and held the Hulldogs to a scoreless tie. 

Then came the unbelievable news out of Starkville, Miss. We read it i:i the papers, but it 
sounded too good to be true. Howard, o ; Miss. A. & M.. o. Hut it was so, as Coach Cope had 
taken his fighting little team into Mississippi, and shattered the hopes ol the Aggies. It was one 
ot the games) exhibitions a little Bulldog team ever pulled. 

Hack in Mississippi a second time, the Howard eleven didn't do so well, and Mississippi Col- 
lege took the same, 28 to o. 

Down into the Everglades of Florida went the growling Bulldogs looking for Alligator meat, 
but instead they found Florida heat, at 90 per, and the sizzling sun helped the University, 58 to o. 

Union University, from Jackson, Tenn., came to town and surprised all with a real team, 
whipping the Bulldogs, 20 to 7. 

Then came the awfulcst slaughter a Howard team ever suffered, not from scores, but from 
other standpoints, and that night in the private dining room ot the Cawthon Hotel the team 
started winning that game on November 25th. 

Millsaps College saw the difference, but Millsaps had improved, too, and it must not be tlnught 
that Millsaps didn't right to win that game, which they did, 14 to 7. 

Then came the big game, the game of games, the game all Howard would rather win than 
almost any. It was hope against hope, for outside the team there weren't ten people who thought 
Howard had a look-in. Hut the team knew it. There wasn't a man of them that wouldn't have 
laid down his life for the "ole" game, and when you get 'em that way, you got 'em going. And 
that game. Oh, they cried like babies, but they fought like devils! And w here's the man that 
will sa) Howard didn't deserve to win? Where is the Howard supporter that didn't cry, 
cuss, pra>, hug and kiss all within that one afternoon? It was a game, it was a right, and who is 
tn s.iv that Howard didn't win fairly and square!) ? The team that (ought the hardest won. Nine 
to seven! And wasn't that a pretty tree kick Ham booted from the forty-yard line. 

And that's all there was to the season. What more could one want? It will be a long time 
before November 25, 1922, will be discarded from memory. 

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The Athletic Committee 

The Athletic Committee of Howard College is composed of the faculty committee 
on athletics, the athletic managers and the president of the Student Body. 

This committee is arranged for in the constitution of the Student Body, which 
gives the committee the power to act for the best interests on all things pertinent to 
athletics here at Howard. The chief duty is the selection of athletic managers, as each 
year they are required to nominate candidates for the various managerships, and these 
nominations are subject to the action of the student body. 

This year one of the main things that the Athletic Committee did was to recom- 
mend to the Hoard of Trustees the purchase of $10,000 worth of stock in the Birming- 
ham stadium. 

The committee was composed of Prof. S. A. Ives and Coach Cope from the faculty; 
S. L. Heath, president of the Student Body; Turner Jordan and R. A. Nunnelley, Jr., 
football manager; Jess Lackey, basketball manager; Robt. \V. Shelton, baseball man- 
ager. The late Prof. S. J. Pulliam was the other member ot the faculty committee. 



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%£ BASE BALL 



Writing baseball at tin's time of the season with old mercury hovering around the 
freezing point, and the schedule not well under way, is a difficult task, but Annuals 
never could wait on baseball, so, through necessity, you will have to take the best you 
can get, when you can't get anything else. 

However, one baseball game has been played, and that with the Birmingham Baron 
Yannigans, and the result was 13 to 3 in their favor. It must be said, though, that this 
was the best that could be expected with two or three of the best men sick in bed, 
another called home, and various other difficulties. 

It is said of the Bulldog nine this year that they have a better prospect than they 
had in the Spring of 1922. Some have gone so far as to say that the team this year 
is twice better than last. Time will tell. Observe for yourself. 

The team was composed of a good catching staff, fair pitchers, fair infield, good out- 
field, fair hitting, et al. 

"Boiler" Alford and "Pony" Cox make up the receiving staff, with Alford the first 
string catcher. 

"Ham" Stevens was being counted on for the best portion of the pitching, with 
Capt. Dan Gaylord also being reliable. "Frog" Bains was not eligible for S. I. A. A. 
games, but was used in some of the others; while "Kb" Cox, freshman southpaw, and 
"Bill" Bains were also given chances. 

In the infield, "Finny" (Griggs found little opposition at first, although "Toby" 
Stubbs made a strong bid. At second, "( icnc" Dawson, a freshman, was a strong can- 
didate, while the veteran Jess Lackey, shortstop, and "Bo" Brindley, third baseman, 
had their jobs sewed up, although Alfred Bains is a strong man to be depended upon in 
the future. 

The outfield was made up of Shelton and Runyan, letter men, and also Barfii -Id 
and Harden, new aspirants. 

The team had a very good schedule, with Birmingham-Southern occupying the big- 
gest position. 



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Baseball Schedule 

March 17 and 21 — Birmingham Barons, Rickwood. 

April U and 7 — Alabama, Tuscaloosa. 

April [8 and 19 — Marion, campus. 

April 2] and 24 — Marion, Marion. 

April 25 and 26 — Union of Tennessee, campus. 

April .}<)— Birmingham-Southern, Rickwood. 

May .} — Birmingham-Southern, Munger Howl. 

May 4 and 5 — Camp Benning, Columbus, Ga. 

May 7 — Centre, campus. 

May 9 — Birmingham-Southern, campus. 

May 12 and [9 — Birmingham-Southern, places pending. 



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"H" Club 

Officers 

Jess Lackey President 

Bo Brindley Vice-President 

Fred White Secretary 

Fat Thomas Treasurer 



Members 
Boiler Alford 

Bo Brindley 

Stumpy Clark 

Da.v Gaylord 

Lee Head 

Charlie Hurst 

Jess Lackey 
Fred Martin 
Bob Shelton* 
Toby Stubbs 
Fat Thomas 
Fred White 
Hugh Barfield 

Red King 

Turner Jordan' 

Frank Norris 

Russell Tinklepauch 

Marvin McCarthy' 

Ham Stevens 

Boyd Runyan 

1 In- "II" Club began its third year in [923. It has been an active organization 
on the- campus for three years, and this year it took some forward steps to keep up its 
"rep." 

The membership is composed of all the men who have made their letter in some 
branch of sports in school. 

Its prime purpose is tor the betterment of athletics at Howard. 



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Co-Ed Basketball 



From the point of victories, the basketball season for the girls was unsuccessful 
in 1923, but in its second year, it might be considered as getting better and better, for 
the co-eds are proving plucky and pluckier every year, and, in time, the damsels will 
have a winning team. 

The first game was with Auburn, who was brought here, and the score was for 
Auburn, 42 to 1. 

Then the co-eds went to Auburn, had a good time and lost, 24 to 12. which was 
better than before. 

Next the fair maidens took a trip to Tuscaloosa, where they again had a large time, 
and lost the first night to Central College, 2<S to S, and the next night to the UniversitJ 
of Alabama co-eds, 22 to 1 1 . 

I lien came the big series, and the girls tried their best to make amends for past 
performances by beating Birmingham-Southern, but the Pantherettes couldn't be beat, 
and the first game went their way, 15 to 5, and the second was 22 to S. 

The girls had the center of the stage this year in basketball as, on account of tin- 
lack of a gymnasium, no attempt was made to put out a men's basketball team, although 
there was some good material for a team. 

The girls had their first coach this year in Coach ( reorge Yarbrough. 

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Floriiie Ha.vgood, Captain — In this plucky little guard Howard 
had one of the hardest fighters in co-ed circles. Her work for 
the entile year was of the stellar variety. In the Auburn game 
she showed the btst defensive playing of the entire season. At 
all times she covered her portion of the floor in good style and 
it required fast playing to ever work a ball by her. She is full 
of fight, knows the game and keeps her head at all times. 

Kthel Clark, Forward — As a pivoting for- 
ward Ethel has but few superiors. She cov- 
ers the floor well and has an uncanny knack 
of losing the guard who attempts to dog her 
around. She is exceptionally good on free 
throws and short shots. She is a haul 
worker, keeps wide awake and follows the 
play at all times. 




Florlne Ha.vgood 



Thelma Stacy, Forward — No co-ed 
team in the South can boast of a 
better basketball player than 
Thelma. She was by far the fast- 
est member of the team on cov- 
ering the floor. She scored 70 per 
■ <iit of all the points scored during the entire sea- 
son. She followed the play at all times and was 
the cleverest dribbler seen in this section in man? 

a day. She played her greatest gain.- against 

Auburn, she- is good at short or long shuts. Fast 
on her feet, keen of eye, clear "i load and graceful 
to the point of excellr nee, 

I'.iii Hardy, Guard To Bill goes the honor for being the hardest fighter on 
the team. From the first whistle to the last minute she "as fighting. Sho 

is one of the best defensive guards in college, and with i -.■ experience 

will eartse many a forward a lot of worry. Aggressive, alert, always 

fighting, that's Hill op and ilmt 11. 



Hill llu.lv 



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i.on-iic Dyer, Quard This cui «as Howard's beat bel <>n 1 1 1 . defensive. 
Her work under her own goal was almost perfect She »;is an expert 
mi cutting ofl passes, and «a* the pivoting point "i the offense, She 
u.is the outstanding defensive star of every game of the season. Her 
work in tin first Birmingham Southern game was thi comment "i 
everj Bportman present. Fearless and forever fighting there you are. 

■•Poco" Little, Guard or Forward To "Poco" 
s the honor of being the most valuable player 
n the team. She was an excelli nt forward and 
i running guard she played some ol bei gi 
si games, Never asleep, never resting, never 
hi. ghe carried the fight homi to thi opposl- 
Ion at : 1 1 1 times. "Poco" and Thelma made s 
;een pair of forwards and both were danger- 
u- n ., chanci came to dr.bble through. Ncvei 
alking, always thinking, here's to you, little 
Poco. 




Frances HcNeel, Cer 

in Frances, Howard lias 

:i young player of great 

promise. The opposition 

finds ii difficult i" successfully block her shots. 

Near the goal she was an accurate shot. With 

the coming of another Beason sin- should b 

,,ii, of the chief rwv in Howard's machine. 



Frances McNeel 



Luetic l>«ir". Center- To Luclle toes the honor "f being the h.nu.si 
passer on the team. Her overhand passing caused the opponents no 
little worry at all times. Her ability to shoot with either hand made 
in i dangerous when near tin- goal, sin- was exceptionally good on 
covering the Boor, and on the defensive she was fast and dependable. 

An all-around u i player ami one who should cause the hearts ol 

Howard supporters t" ho glad next season. 




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Debating Council 



Officers 

Fred F. Martin President 

Catherine Craig Secretary 

George Yarbrough .... Treasurer 



Members 

Bertha Howard B. F. Atkins V. L. w. m 

D. W. Burson George Saxon 

I. W. Mm:rs Roberi Herring 

A. N. Willis 



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Virginia Cars^ i i i 

Editor-in-Chief 



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Roswell Owens 

Business Manager 



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Central-Howard Club 

Colors: Crimson and White. 
Purpose: To Bring Central High School Students to Howard. 



Officers 

Fred Carter President 

Virginia Mister Vice-President 

Naufleet Suddeth Secretary 



Homer Casey 
Nallie Mae Casey 
Frances McNeil 
Elizabeth Lloyd 
Willie H. Kirk 
Virginia Minter 
Dan Gaylord 
Carlton Lee 
Mary E. McClure 
Othar Alford 
Andrew Knight 
Elite Earl Sides 
Frank Norris 
Dayton Riddle 
Marshall Hogan 
Elizabeth Graves 
Helen Gibson 
Frances Newman 
Mabel Daugherty 
Ma run Harris 



Members 

Hazel Dismukel 
Perry Stone 
Helen Bass 
Florine Hagood 
Willie Williams 
Clifton Stephens 
Morgan Baker 
Everett McDonald 
Annie J. Connell 
Mamie Chamblee 
Fred White 
Elinor Bfasley 
Margaret Church 
Ruth Wallace 
Lola Moody 
Roberta Trechsel 
Miriam Thornton 
iilt.i n Lane 
Beatrice Caver 
W. II. Siubbs 



Harwell Allan 
Hallie Stephenson 
Vfsta Carlisle 
Mildred Basenberg 
Grace Riley 
Helen White 
Fred Freeman 
Eucene Watlingtov 
Turner Jordan 
Cornelia Hani. in- 
Virginia Hill 
Eva Burson 
Clarence Thomas 
Edgar Poe 
Marvin McCarthy 
Dick Nunnally 
Burton Dowell 
Gertrude Dyall 
Clarence Allgood 
Bessie Peagin 



Central-] [oward Club 
The students from Central organized the Central-Howard Club in the Fall of 

[921. The purpose ol this club is to get Central students to come to i Inward. We 
realize what a grand old high school Central is, and also the value oi Howard as a 
standard college and a denominational school. We teel that Birmingham people 
should support a Birmingham college, and are endeavoring to place before Central 
students the importance ot coming to Howard. 

Besides talking to them personally, and putting on Howard programs, we give 
the Central seniors a spend-the-day parts annually. The club is working to strengthen 

the bond between Central and Howard. 



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Ensley-Howard Club 

Colors: Gold and Blue. 
Purpose: To Interest Prospective Students in Howard. 

Officers 

Hulan Whitehead President 

Mildred Murray lice-President 

Charles Wier Secretary 

Virginia Summers Treasurer 

Bennie Spinks Idvisor 



J. T. Anthony 
Paul Austine 
George Economus 
Glens Gibbs 
Carl Hearn 
Carl Green 
Charles Hassler 
W'ai.i er K vkk 
Jlii in (Cellar 
Russell Tinklepai gh 
Bertha Howard 
Julia Beth Hrabowski 
Helen IIurlbekt 



Doris Mader 
Margaret McBride 

I.li a Mae Moody 
Mildred Murray 
Johme Lee Poole 
Evelyn Graves 
Charles Wier 
Forgus Williams 
Willie Lenderm \n 
F.i.nv Almgren 
I'm i. ma Bates 
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Nellie Gibbs 
Jewell Graves 
Aileen Gullihorn 
Evelyn Hearn 
Kathleen Sloan 
Virginia Summers 
Helen Sparks 
Violet Wilhite 
Mary Carlisle 
Erline Henderson 
Mattie Lois Albert 
\l \i;i i. Hodges 
Bennie Simnks 



Several former students of Ensley High School, (luring the first quarter of the 
school session, 1921-22, met and organized the Ensley- Howard Club, with the pur- 
pose of interesting high school graduates in Howard, and with particular reference to 
those from Ensley. Arvel Logan was the first president; katheryn Craig, Nice-presi- 
dent; Wilma Waggoner, secretary; Glenn O. (Iibbs, treasurer, and Evelyn Graves, 
reporter. 

The work of the club during its initial year included the arrangement oi several 
programs, through which something of Howard life and Howard attainments were 
brought to the Enslej students in their high school environment, and, at the mid-term, 
seniors from all the suburban high schools of Birmingham were entertained on the 
Campus as guests of the club, college, and entire student body. 

Plans are in process of development tor several teres in the near future with the high 
school seniors in mind. By organizing this club, the members feel that the bonds 
cementing Ensley High and Howard have been Strengthened, and that a heartier wel- 
come can, in the future, be extended students who enter our midst from Enslrv . 



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Howard Players 

Officers 

Ethel Clark President 

James H. Wise Vice-President 

Gertrude York Secretary 

Willie H. Kirk Treasurer 

Robert Herring Business Manager 

J. Jones Stewart Stage Manager 

Herman Thomas Ticket Manager 

Loyce Hendrix Reporter 

Members 

Sarah Bentley Walter Bentley 

Vesta Carlisle Virginia Carswell 

Ethel Clark Jep Dendy 

Clara De Shazo Althea Dryden 

I.orene Dyer Jessie Freeman 

Glenn O. Gibbs Evelyn Graves 

William Gullette Florine Hagood 

Loyce Hendrix Robert Herring 

Virginia Hill James Jarrell 

Willie Kirk Orlando Ogle 

Johnie Lee Poole Ivy Pearl Ray 

J. Jones Stewart Herman Thomas 

Mamye Thompson Miriam Thornton 

Roberta Trechsel James H. Wise 

Hulan Whitehead Mabel Willoughbv 
Gertrude York 

Play — "The Scrap of Paper." 

Given at the Jefferson Theatre, April 20, 1923. 

Mrs. F. Walter Anderson, Coach. 

Cast 
Walter Bentley James Jarrell 

Virginia Carswell Loyce Hendrix 

Sarah Bentley Herman Thomas 

J. Jones Stewart Lorene Dyer 

Mabel Willoughbv Clara He Shazo 



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Varsity Debating Teams 



B. F. Atkins 


R. w. Herring 


George Yarbroi gh 


D. W. Burson 


A. N. Willis 
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R. ('. Gardner 



Marion Military Institute, at Marion, February 6. 
Atkins and Burson, Affirmative. 
Herring and Willis. Negative. 
Yarbrough, Alternate. 

Birmingham-Southern College, April 12. 
Affirmative. 

Triangular Baptist Debate, April 26. 
Affirmative versus Mississippi College. 
Negative versus Mercer University. 



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Gladstone Jackson Frank Rubeneai Basenberc 

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College Conservatory of Music 

The purpose of the department of music is to supply the needs of the regular col- 
lege students who are interested in continuing then music studies while in pursuance of 
a college degree. Howard is indeed fortunate in having such a music faculty. I )c 
Launay is a product of the University of Paris; a pianist, organist, sculptor, artist, and 
lecturer. Jackson is an alumnus of Howard, and continued his vocal studies in Chi- 
cago. Basenberg is a pupil of the renowned Theodore Spiering, and a youthful artist 
of great talent. 

The varsity and co-ed glee clubs are a feature of the work of the department of 
music, both being under the direction of Mr. Jackson, who is also director of the col- 
lege student band. Mr. Basenberg is the organizer and conductor of the Howard Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra. 



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Howard College Choral Society 

First Row: Willie Mae Hardy, Doris Mader, Virginia Hill, Virginia Minter, Lorene Dyer, 
Mary Esther Bentley, Evelyn Graves, Jewell Graves, Nannie H. Chandler, Irma Parsons, Ethel 
Clark, Sarah Bentley. 

Second Row: Eura Abrams, Euna Ahrams, Julia Finklea, Bessie Feagin, Marlin Harris, Mabel 
Willoughby Hazel Cobb, Frances McNeil, Elna Almgren, Nellie Gibbs, Vesta Carlisle. 

Third Row: Deryl P. Bullingtnn, R<ibert I.. Smothers, Leland G. Johnson, Eleanor Measley, 
Carolyn Webb, Clara I)e Sha/o, Mary Elizabeth McClure, Loyce Hendricks, J. Eindsey Finklea, 
William T. Mims, William, B. (Juliette. 

Fourth Row: Douglas M. Braswell, Amos C. Adams, J. Elliott Scarborough, Burnett C. 
Cowart, William S. Fuller, James 1). Mallory, Jas. J. Jarrell, Walter I.. Bentley, S. Graves 
Knowles, J. Boyd Runyan. 

Fifth Row: Erman I.. Crew, Arthur S. Watters, Howard S. Higdon, Ernest E. Allen, Roy E. 
Gardner, Seldon Sheffield, Harris J. Batton, Eldred S. Lanier, H. Ferry Little. 

Sixth Row: C. Emrie Petty, R. Melton Sims, II. Eugene Watlington, Frank A. Mullins, Erskine 
M. Braswell. 

Choral Society 

This club, organized in 1722-25, is a combination of the Howard College Men's Glee Club and 
the Howard College Girls' Glee Club. It-, purpose is to present, at stated intervals, the best type 
ol music obtainable. During the present season, this society has appeared several times in the 
Birmingham district with notable SUCCeSS. One of the outstanding features ot the "Howard College 
Day" at the Alabama Baptisl State Convention, which met at Cullman in November, was tl u - 
singing ot the "Sanctus," by Gounod, bj the Howard College Chora] Society, 

( )rc 11 1 sir \ and Band 

Although this was the organization year tor both the Philharmonic Orchestra and the Band, 
under the direction ol Professors Basenberg and Jackson, much has alread) been accomplished, 
and plans ol much greater scope aie being formulated tor m\t year. 



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Men's Glee Club 




HOLT ten years ago a group of far-sighted students of Howard College 
began to wonder why the College should not foster a Glee Club. 
Little by little this idea attracted the attention of more of the students 
until, finally, there was enough enthusiasm manifested to form a tem- 
porary organization This being accomplished, they began to hold re- 
^?&F%^ hearsals at irregular intervals and, although these were poorly attended, 
the one ideal in mind, namely, a Glee Club, was kept ever before them. 
With such sincerity of purpose, and with such anxiety to make good on the "job," these 
leaders of this new field in Howard College were bound to succeed. So they were, 
within a very short time, able to establish regular rehearsals. In the meantime, a source 
of income for music and other necessary supplies was provided. Thus was established 
one of the most inspiring and beneficial organizations in Howard College. 

The purpose of the Men's Glee Club is to present the best type of music obtainable 
for this kind of work. It is the aim of the management to get away from tlv usual 
kind of Glee Club music, and to use some of the saner four-part choruses of th.- best 
composers. Notable among the list of composers in the repertoire of the Howard Glee 
Club this year are Bantock, Buck, Sullivan, Beethoven, Brahms, and Mendelssohn, 
aside from works of numerous other composers. 

The club makes a number of tours of different parts of the state during the year. 
Aside from this it gives several concerts each season in the Birmingham district. The 
success of the club this year may be evinced in a statement made by Dr. 11. II. Hagood, 
pastor of the First Baptist Church, Hartford, Alabama, which reads, in effect, as fol- 
lows: "The Howard College Glee Club is the most remarkable organization that has 
appeared in Hartford since my coming here. They gave us something better than we 
are accustomed to hear and, after all, that is the only wav that we really grow." 

Plans are now under way tor next year's schedule. And indications are that it will 
be the heaviest one ever attempted by a Howard Glee Club. Those in authoritv believe 
that next year will be th ■ most successful season in the history of the club. 




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Girls" Glee Club 

Motto: "Quality Not Quantity." 

Officers 
Ethel Clark Sarah Bentley 

President Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Aileen Gullahorx 
Mr. Douglas Braswell 

Accompanists 



The Girls' Glee Club is an organization which was founded in the 
year 1920-21. From the very beginning, the aim of this club has been 
three-fold, namely: The development of musical talent- of the students; 
the development of appreciation of better music; and a promulgation of 
interest in Howard throughout the State. During the year 1922-23 
the club has sung music by the following composers: Elgar, Brahms, 
Rachmaninoff, Gounod, and several others of the best modern composers 
as well. 

The foremost ideal of the management is at all times to do a feu- 
things in a finished and intellectual way, rather than a quantity of things 
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Presidi nt . . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . . 
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Philomathic Literary Society 



First Quarter 
l.i. Johnson 

15. C. C0WAR1 

|. H.Wise 

E. E. Allen 

F. F. Martin 



Officers 

S» i ond Quarter 
John I.. Wharton 
( rEORGi Saxon 

J. II. Wise 
E. E. Ai i i N 
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15. ('. C()\\ ART 

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W. B. GULLETTI 

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The oldest literary society in Alabama, Philomathians feel a certain pride, not onlj in the 
present, but also in the past <>l the organization's history. The path lias left treasured traditions 
of accomplishments in all lines, with especial success in debating when lined up against the 
Franklin rival. The present places before us the biggest literarj society on the campus, both in 
quantity and in quality. The roster oi members includes the names of leaders in everj form of 
student activity, class officers, orators, ministers, athlete-. The membership, listing onlj active 
members, is k-s. 

While stressing quality, the natural eminence of members has lent aid to the society's extended 

arms ot welcome, and ihe result has been both <{ii:i I it > and quantity. Ever) new student i- invited 

to become a Philomathian, and urged to look over the work of anj rival organization before 
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Franklin Literary Society 









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EMBERS 




15. F. Atkins 


E. 


B. Cosper 




R. E. Owens 


I. (i. Sheppard 


I. W. Brii ion 


A. 


A. I 'ass 




I. P. RUNYAN 


(J. G. Williams 


W. R. Button 


J. 


P. Gillespie, 


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1. ( ;. Riddle 


V. I.. Wi \i i 


K \ s / 1 BUCKNER 


R. 


\V. Herring 




T. E. SWEARINCBN 


In Anderson 


F. S. Daroi n 


C. 


M. Ill KM 




P. J. Stone 


\V. I.. )U N II M 


(J. (). (hubs 


E. 


M. Lowri v 




A. N. Willis 


F. A. Mil i. ins 


A. I,. Mains 


J. 


C. Lee 




Fri:i> Win i i 


J. A. Peak 


Harwell Allen 


J. 


D. Mali.ory 









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Franklin Literary Society 



c. B. Petty W.T.Bains Eugene Dawson 

J. M. Lamberth Fred Carter J. L. Finklea 

Charles Wier J.T. Anthoni C.H.Green 

Turner Jordan E. A. Poi J.W.Hood 

I'm i W'iiii i Homer Casei Preston Rouse 

C.L.Kelly Dick Clayton II. P. Littli 



Roberi Lowre\ M. D. W h .1 v< i 

DON VLD MeRCHANI II. T. Wl I 1 s 

E.J. NU DONOI c.H ( ,1 iikc.i ^i vrbroi gh 

Bob Shelton A. H.Klein 

II. s. II mi. Andrew Knich i 

Al BRY MlREE R. A. Ml RCHISON 



The hlstorj ol the Blxtj sixth year of the Franklin Llterars Society has i n written n i- a wel 

written, lull pagre, worthy to be added with those ol i !>• strlou paal Thi Franklins c ui to 

uphold their motto: "To Be and No! Seem i" Be " Bachc year the Pranklln Socletj gives the bCBl ti 
inn i" be had in literary work. Realizing that in quality, and not quantity, then la strength, the 
Pranklln is tin- smallest in numbers ol the three societies "i the campus This gives the Belect few 
greater training and opportunlt) Franklins lead In debating 'mi literal*} work "t nil i>m>is. 

'I'll.- hallowed pari "i the Franklin Soclets has been achlevemenl through efforts thai are worth) 

"i in% llterarj b i>. Tin future holds inn «.....! for the Franklins, realizing thai "Dtotinctio 

iii' consequence, never the objecl ol .1 i rei nd." 



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SHELBURNE LITERARY S0CIE1 \ 

Euna Abrams, Eura Abrams, Mabel Hodges, Mildred McDowell, Virginia Carswell, Clara Lie Shazo, 
Nallli Mae Casey, Jessli Freeman, Bertha Howard. 

Dei Sap, Helen Lane, Mildred Smith, Carlene Wyatt, Lillle Barnes, Gertrude ?ork, Mildred 

I i hel l llai k, Jew el l »a rden. 
Lucille Dorroh, Lorene Dyer, Mar) Bunn Gay, Nellie Glbbs, Evelyn Graves, Alieen Gullahorn, Loyci 

Icks, Florlne Hag I, Willi. Kirk. 

Miriam Thornton, Roberta Trechsel, Ruth Wallace, Elinor Beasley, Shim Bentle] B itrlc< Caver, 
Eleanor Chandler, Katheryn Craig, Jennie Dilworth. 

Elizabeth Foster, Gertrudi l 'mi. Virginia Hill, Dalsj Hoover. Elite Ma) Lawley, Ruby Little, Mar- 
garet Mc Bride, Nell McElhenney, Doris Mader. 

Annie Lee Mason, Susie Mlnter, Virginia Minter, Lola M I) Mildred Murray, [rma Parsons, l\ii 

Pearl Ray, Kathleen Sloan, Elite Barle SideB. 

i IFFICERS 
Nallle Mae Casey, President; Virginia mil. Vice-President; Miriam I'hornton, Secretary; Bertha 
How ard, Treasurer, 

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SIII'.I.BrRN'F. LITERARY SOCIETY 



Alma Smith, Rosalli Emith, Thelma Stacy, Virginia Summers, Mabel Wllloughby, m ;t 1 1 i.- Lois 
Alibc.it. Elna Almgren, Jessie Annesley, Helen Bass, Thelma Bates. 

Mary Bather Bentley, Marie Boyett, Thelma Bullington, Mary Alice Busby, Ruth Carlisle, Mamie 
Chamblee, Nannie B. Chandler, Margaret Church. 

Hazel Cobb, Elsie Dillon, Althea Dryden, Bessii Feagin, Julia Flnklea, Inez Gardner, Jewel Graves, 
Cornelia Hanlln, Willie Mae Hardy, 

Mabel Harris, Marl In Harris, Evelyn Hearne, Ej-llne Henderson, Evelyn Hlx, Julia Beth Hrabowskl, 
Helen Hurlbert, Jennie JohnBton, Elizabeth L<oyd. 

Mary Elizabeth McClure, Prances McNeil, Velma McNutt, Elizabeth McPherson, Lillian Nesperllng, 
Frances Newman, Grace I'us.s. Stacey Pettus, Minnie Lee Powell. 

Myrtle Reeves, Jennie Robinson, Agnes Johnson, Helen Sparks, Naufleet Sudduth, Louise Wall, 
fhelma White, Helen White. Violel Wilhlte. 



I IFFICERS 

Gertrude Fork, Sergeant-at-Arms; Sarah Bentley, Katheryn Craig, Bertha Howard, Representatives 
to Debating Council; Mildred Smith, Reporter to Crimson, 

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Demonstration School 



In compliance with regulations of the State Department of Education, in 1920, 
I Inward College established a high school for demonstration purposes of the Depart- 
ment of Education. Thisl high school is composed of selected students, and maintained 
solely under the auspices of the Department of Education. The enrollment is as 
follows : 

Fresh mi n 



Brook, WILSON 
Holcomb, Elizabeth 



Keebler, Ai hi a M vi 
Perry, Alice 
roden'berrv, guernsey 



Tri cks, Prank 
Westbrook, Elgu I), w 



Benni 11, Ai ,1. ii Grace 
Bohannon, Frances 
Bragan, Asher S., Jr. 
Hoard, VIRGINIA 
Clark. Makiav 



Sophomores 

Cobirn, Miriam 
Di Hose, Frank 
Green, Ebbie 
Goodwin, Jonnii \l u 
Lea, Nancy 



1.01 1, Laura 

NEELEY, l.l GENl B. 

Norman, I'm i 

Nl W M \N, I l)\H \h< 

Taylor, Harold 



Extension School 

The Extension School is conducted by the Department of Education for the benefit 
of teachers in schools of the Birmingham district who wish to advance toward a college 
degree, by Saturday work during the Winters and by Summer school attendance during 
the vacations. This Winter the Saturday registration has reached 75 persons, six of 
whom receive their degrees with the Class of 1923. The courses are taught h\ members 
of the regular Howard Faculty, and laboratory instructors are provided in the scien- 
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Dining Hall Council 

Mrs. M. L. Harris Dietitian 

C. M. Hurst Manager 

Samuel L. Heath President 

William C. Hare Vice-President 

George R. Saxon- J. L. Wharton 

E. M. Braswell Frank Mullins 

John Sheppard 

Co-Oprr.ative "Din 1 ixg" 

Among the most cherished traditions of Howard is the CO-operative student man- 
agement ot the dining hall at Renfroe, where all campus residents take their meals. It 
is operated entirely without faculty supervision by the men who eat there, under the 
general guidance ot Mis. Harris, dietitian. More and better food at lower cost is 
the boast of every Renfroe roomer. Hoard bills are paid monthly in advance, and at 
the end of the year any sum that has been left over is divided proportionately 
among those who have met their monthly bills. The Dining Council is composed ot 
one representative from each of the tour fraternities, the Divinity Club, and the non- 
frats, and these men are elected by their respective groups. The manager is elected 
annually by the Council, in whose power lies the employment of waiters, and dining 
hall regulations. 

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The Tennessee Valley Club 

Colors: Crimson and White. 
Purpose: To foster the interests <>f Howard College in the Tennessee Valley. 

( )fficers 
first semester 

Nannii B. Chandler President 

Ethel Clark Vice-President 

Agnes Johnson Secretary 

SECOND SEMESTER 

John L. Wharton President Acnes Johnson Srrr.-iary 

Eleanor Chandler . . . .Vice-President L J. Quinn Reporter 

Members 
Eleanor Chandler Thelma Bullington Acnes Johnson 

W. B. GULLETT1 JENNK DlLLWORTH STACEY PeTTUS 

Willi! Mai II\kdv Ratburni Wari H. G. Wheeler 

B. C. Cowari Nannii B. Chandler Jennie Johnson 

Louisi Wall Ru Howeli D. P. Bi llinctos 

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Religious 
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Divinity Club 



M I MB] us 

s. I.. Heath 

I. I ■'. SW I \KI\1.I \ 

F. F. Martin 

E. F.. Johnson 

i . L Johnson 

II. I'. Amos 

A. S. Waiters 

\Y. A. Co\ mr 

j. B. Conger 
R. L. Bonni k 
< ;. (i. Willi ims 
A. II. King 
R. L. Gardner 

B. C. COKER 

J. I. Edwards 
R. E. Owens 

D. W. Burson 

L. W. Weaver 

J. (). Johnston 

B. F. Atkins 

V*. I.. Wi m i 

J. I). Wyatt 

A. M. Glover 

Edward Andi rson 

E, I.. Buckeh 
II. G. Win i:i. er 
W. R. Cogdell 
E. I.. Ai.i oki) 
I. W. Mvers 
J. I.. Wharton 
r. n. Wright 
A. N. Willis 

E. A. Trawick 

II. S. HlGDON 

W. T. Minis 

F. Williams 

J. F. Franks 

II. < .. Kl Kill \I 

R. I.. Alex inder 
R. B. Spebr I. J. Qi i\\ 

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Divinity Club 




HERE is bur one- reason for supporting church colleges and that is the 

teaching of religion to the American people." 

To this fact the Divinity Club ot Howard fully subscribes. The 

people of Alabama, especially the Baptists, are profoundly interested in 

Howard, and peculiarly so in the religious atmosphere and environment. 

In this they are not disappointed. 

As the college grows its spirit is not absent of moral and religious 
backbone. This spirit is manifested in a special way through the existence ot the Divinity 
Club. The club's activities have been manifested through the year. The influence of 
exalting addresses that have been made before the club by some of the most spiritual, 
highly educated and beloved pastors and laymen of the state, has pervaded the lives 
of the Howard ministers and. through them, has been disseminated throughout tin- 
whole student body. 

Not only among the students is this wholesome religious influence manifested. It is 
made to leaven the lives of many bodies throughout certain sections ot the state. This 
is shown in the fact that Howard ministers have churches in twenty-one of the 
seventy-seven associations of Alabama. It is estimated that about one thousand, four 
hundred and fifty sermons are preached in the nearlj fifty churches to which these 
preachers minister. These churches are among the \er\ best of the state, and approx- 
imately five thousand lives are beneficially touched. 

This year forty of the tour hundred students in Howard are ministers. Ot these, 
there are fifteen ]K-\v ones who are enjoying the special privilege of a college education. 
As new ones come in, a few £° out, but not without their honors. Of the forty-eight 
graduates this year, nine are ministers. Nearly all of these intend going to the South- 
ern Baptist Seminary at Louisville, ky.. to more efficientlj prepare themselves for 
Christian service. 



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Divinity Auxiliary 



Officers 

Mrs. B. F. Atkins Vice-President Second Semester 

Mrs. Fred F. Martin President Second Semester 

Mrs. I. W. Mkykrs Treasurer 



Members 
Mrs. Josi-.pii Johnston 
Mrs. V. L. Wyatt 
Mrs. VV. L. Whorton 
Mrs. Frkd Mar i i\ 
Mrs. R. L. Alexander 

The Auxiliary, composed of tin- wives of the Divinity students, is one of the 
most active organizations at Howard College. It is unique in organization and 
methods. It is the second of its kind to be organized in the State and, perhaps, in 
the South. Linked with the State work, being one of th? circles of the "Baptist 
Pastors' Wives Union." 

The aim is to develop a symmetrical Christian womanhood ; to bind together the 
ministerial students' wives tor world-wide service tor Christ; to prepare tor conse- 
crated, efficient leadership as pastors' wives. To this end thej have studied that thej 
may be "workmen that needeth not to be ashamed." Thej are making an intensive 
study of missions. Two ol the members are now holding more mission study cer- 
tificates and seals than any one in the State. 

Aim: To develop symmetrical Christian womanhood. 

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The "Ruthians 



Clara Di Shazo 
Dee Sapp 
Inez < 1 irdner 
Gladys \V\ \i i 



Members 

Mildred McDowell 
Carlene Wvam 
m win: Chandler 
Mildred Murrai 
Beatrice Cavbr 



Mrs. R. P. Wright 
Eva Bl'rsox 
Marie Boi i 1 1 
Mrs. V. L, Wvatt 



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Colors: Blue and Gold 



Flower: Marechal Niel Rose 



Officers 

Clara de Shazo President 

Mildred McDowell Vice-President 

Beatrice Caver Treasurer 

Dee Sapp Secretary 



History 

In April, 1922, a very unusual organization was formed at Howard College. 
This organization has met with the approval of all the Baptists of Alabama. This 
organization is a very unique and original one, as there is not another one in any of 
the colleges in the South. From it we hope to see growing many similar organiza- 
tions in all our Baptist colleges. 

Because we are a new organization and because everybody does not quite under- 
stand what we stand for and what we are, we take great pleasure in announcing the 
nature of our organization. There are several things that we are not. First, we are 
not a volunteer band, nor are we a Y. W. C. A.; second, we are not a literary soci- 
ety; third, we are not a Greek letter sorority. Other organizations have their 
basis for membership, so we have ours. Here are some of the things that we stand 
for: First, a good Christian character; second, loyalty to the college; third, a high 
standard of scholarship; fourth, non-clannishness. In general, we are striving to 
develop a full and well-rounded life. At present, we have four seniors in our 
organization, two "pre-med" students, and one missionary in our club. All of our 
members take an active part in all phases of college life. 

At present, we occupy "The House by the Roadside" (next door to the chapel.) 
We keep open house and welcome all visitors. 



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Y. M. C. A. 

Officers 

R. S. Clark President 

E. E. Johnson Vice-President 

II. S. Waters Secretary and Treasure* 

George Yarbrough Chairman of Membership Committee 

I). \V. BURSON Chairman of I' rot/ ram Committee 

William 15. Gulli in . Chairman of Publicity Committee 




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Officers 

Willie Kirk President 

Clara De Shazo Vice-President 

Mary Bunk Gay Secretary 

Virginia Summers Treasurer 



Ethel Clark 
Miriam Thornton 
Evelyn Graves 



Cabinet 

Kathryn Craig 
Clara De Shazo 
Gertrude York 

AlLEEN GULI.AHORN 



Virginia Summers 
Mary Buns Gay 
Lola Moody 



On January igth, 1922, the Co-Eds of Howard College organized a Student Y. \Y\ 
C. A., with practically all the girls in school as members. The organization was per- 
fected by Miss French Haynes, assistant professor of English, who was a leader in the 
Y. W. C. A. at Meredith College. 

The officers elected were as follows: Nena Harris, president; Clara De Shazo, 
vice-president; Ethel Burton, secretary, and Bertha Bates, treasurer. The cabinet tor 
the guidance of the organization was named as follows: Willie Kirk, Gussie Up- 
church, Ruby Arnold, Annie Boyett, Ethel Clark, Virginia Summers, Aleene Gulla- 
horn, Annie Lee Mason, Gertrude York, and Mary Bunn Cay. Professor Burns, 
Chapman, Haynes and Spinks were named as faculty advisers to the organization. 

The purpose oi the V. W. C. A. is to bring Co-Eds closer together, and to lead 
them, through faith, to Jesus Christ. 

The finance committee is headed by Virginia Summers, who has shown great ver- 
satility in devising ways oi raising monej so that the "Y" can send two representatives 
to Blue Ridge this summer. 

Aleene ( iullaborn has charge ot the Freshman Commission, in which a large group 
ot girls are being trained tor future cabinet members. 

The work ot the Publicity Committee lias been very effective under the expert 
hand of Lola Moody. 

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Student Volunteer Band 

Officers 

|. I. Edwards President 

II. S. Hicdon Vice-President 

lvn Pearl Ray Secretary-Treasurer 

CLARA De SlIAZO 1'ianist 



II. S. HlGDON 

A. s. Waters 
A. M. Clover 
F. F. Martin 

T. E. SWEARENGIN 

Mrs. T. E. Swi \m ngin 
Willie Mae Hardi 
Clara De Smazo 
W. A. Cowers 
Marie Bovett 



Members 

I \ \ BURSON 

Edward A. Minis 
I., v. Wyatt 
Nelson Willis 
Mildred McDow i i i 
S. \V. Weaver 
J. I. Edwards 
Hi Li \ Evans 

Bl MRU 1 (' \\ I R 

Mildred Murray 

VlOLEl Willi II I I 



1 1 \\n Dili worth 

B. C. COKER 

J. C. Conger 
D. W. Burson 
A. c. Adams 
Rw/i Buckney 
I. W. \U ERS 
Mrs. I.. V*. Wl m i 
Roy Gardner 
Ivie Pearl Ru 



I low a rd College was the birthplace of the Baptist Student Band of Alabama in 1919, and 
today there nre ci^ht active chapters in different schools of the State, with a total membership of 
approximately 300. One of the colleges is host each \ear to the organization's convention, at which 
missionary leaders give inspiration to members of the hands. 

The purpose of the organization is to further all forms of Christian work among students, and 
especially to give impetus to the cause ot missions. The Howard hand has unusual opportunities 
tor service due to its location in the ^reat city of Birmingham, whose almshouses, jails, hospitals. 
industrial schools, juvenile courts, etc.. are frequently visited. 



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College Sunday School Class 



Orlando Ogle . . 
Virginia Carswell 



Officers 

. . President RoswELL Owens . .'..... Treasurer 
Vice-President G. YV. Yarbrough Secretary 



"B-" Class 

Every man and woman desires to one day obtain success. Success only comes through right 
living, and one must pattern himself after Jesus Christ, else failure is certain. This class is striv- 
ing to "Be Square" with Cod, to understand His teachings and practice them every day of our 
lives. The name of the class suggests the simple fullness of our purpose. 

In Dr. Barrett the class has one of the ablest, most consecrated teachers in all the city. Dr. 
Barrett, who was formerly president of the city commission of Birmingham, is a splendid tribute 
in his daily life to the God in whom he trusts and believes. His lectures are one of the richest 
treasures opened to Howard students. 

The enrollment for the year has reached the century mark and attendance has been regular. 
Early in the session the class became too large for the small room at the church, and has moved 
to Montague Hall. It is the purpose of the class to make itself one of the livest, busiest and most 
felt organizations at Howard. 



College B. Y. P. U. 



First Semester. 
E. E. Johnson* . . 
A. S. Watte rs . . 
Eura Abrams . . 
A. N. Willis . . . 
Nannie B. Chandler 

BURLEY BUCHANNON 



Officers 

. . . President . . . 
. . Vice-President . . 

Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Se( relary 

. . . . Pianist . . . . 
. . . Chorister . . 



Second Semester. 
. . Paul Barnett 
. . . A. S. Waiters 
Nannie B. Chandler 
. . . Ethel Clark 
. Maymk Thompson 
BlRI.IY Buchannon 



Prank Lassiter 
Ethel Clark 
Sarah Bentley 
James Campbell 
Roy Gardner 
Gene Johnson 
Thelma Stacy 
Ruby l. title 
Selden Sheffield 
Irvin Quinn 
Bi rlei Buchannon 
Mayme Thompson 
James II. Wist 
W. B. (Jii i.i in: 
Mary Esther Bentxey 



Members 

A. S. Waiters 
Beatrice Caver 
Minnie Lee Powell 
Leland Johnson 
Nannie B. Chandler 
D. M. Braswell 
Hilton R. Upton 
Grace Pass 

B. I.. Burger 
Elliot Scarbrough 
Mabel Willoi ghbi 
|ii- l) i \m 

LOYCE Hendrix 
I'm i B\kni i i 



Willie Mae Hardy 
Ei r\ Abrams 
Euna Abrams 

Orlando Ogle 
II. P. Amos 
Virginia Carswei i 
Julia Finki i \ 
J. 1.. Finklea 

|l ANNE I I T V U GIIAN 

Aki ill k Kim; 

Emrie Pe i n 
Willi \m A. Conni k 
Erman I.. Cri w 
J, Jones Si i u \ki 
j. Boyd Ki ni an 



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The Square and Compass 




S a national fraternity, the Square and Compass was organized under the 
laws of the State of Virginia on May 12, 1917. 

The Howard Square was organized on February 11, 1921, with the 
following Master Masons as charter members: H. L. Nipper, J. j. 
Bell, W. T. Edwards, A. M. Glover, V. B. Ross, V. M. Gardner, B. 
Lawrence, W. M. Kelley and R. B. Sims. 

Each year the Howard Square has continued to grow. This year, 
being no exception, has been the most successful of any preceding. 

The organization is for Master Masons only. It is here we meet and resolve to- 
gether to carry forth the great principles of Masonry to help humanity, to uphold 
the principles of brotherly love and co-operation, especially to co-operate with our 
college in furthering knowledge and manhood. We invite Master Masons to unite with 
us, believing that in union there is strength. 

Our meetings are held each Tuesday evening in the Franklin Literary Hall. There 
is, at present, a movement in progress to buy a permanent home for the Square, which 
we hope to enter during the next college year. 

It is with pride we point to six of our faculty as Master Masons, whom we claim 
as honorary members, also there are two splendid young men now being made Masons, 
as indicated in the roll. 

At a recent meeting, the Square elected Dr. Crelley as its "foster father." 
Our motto: "Kindness and brotherly love to all." 



R. L. Alex \nder 
15. F. Atkins 
Ranzy Buckner 
I). W. Burson 
A. M. Glover 
S. L. Heath 



Members 
B. R. Justice 
Fred F. Martin 
I. W. Myers 
R. E. Owens 
Dayton Riddle 
R. B. Sims 



H. D. Thomas 
E. A. Trawick 
L. W. Weaver 

H. G. Will I LER 

J. L. Whorton 
V. L. YVyatt 



F. R. Basenberg 

P. !'. Burns 



I [onorary Members 

M. B. (iARRKTT 
J. J. MlI.IORI) 



I.. K. Opitz 

B. P. Richardson 



M embers i\ in 1 Making 
A. 11. King Geo. R. Saxov 



J. I'.. Franks 



( )i 11 ER Masons i\ CoLLEGB 

Carl Hi \i> J. 1). \\'i vi 1 



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The Howard Scientific Society 
Officers 

Or. S. A. Ives Head of Department of Biology 

Ok. I.. K. Oi'i'ii/ Head of Department of Physics 

Pr. B. P. Richardson Head of Department of Chemistry 

Members 

(). T. Ai.ford Fred Carter ('. I). Riddle 

I'. \V. Austin R. IX Clark J. G. Riddle 

II. II. Autrey Geo. Economus J. T. Sheppard 

II. H. Barfield G. O. Gibbs Clarence Thomas 

('. R. Benni i i |. I'. Gillespie, Jr. Roberta Trechsel 

J. W. Britton R. W. Herring J. C. Vaughan 

W. R. Britton Bertha Howard ('. K. Wier 

II. A. Casey Julian Keller W. I.. Williams 

Nallu Mai Casey \V. I.. Linderman Carlene Wyati 

F. P. Lasseteh 

Among those who have appeared before the society during the session are: 
Professor G. 1\. Johnstone from Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Subject, "Epochs 
in Botanical I listory." 

Dr. J. K. Bean, I lead of City Laboratory. Subject, "Immunity." 

J. F. Carle, Consulting Chemist, Birmingham, Subject, "Fixation of Nitrogen 

and the Manufacture of Cyanide at Muscle Shoals During the Recent War." 

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Sigma Nu 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. 
Colors: Old Gold, Black and White Flower: White Rose 

Eighty-eight Active Chapters. 



James F. Hopkins 



Founders 

John' W. Hobson 
Greenfield Quarles 



James M. Rilev 



Iota Chapter 01 Sigma Nu 

Established in 1S79 



FRATRES IX COLLEGIO 

Class of 1923 

Walter L. Bentley Centerville, Ala. 

Burnett C. Cowart Haleyville, Ala. 

R. D. Clark Wetumpka, Ala. 

Fred F. Martin Fast Lake, Ala. 

Class of 1924 

Erskine M. Brasweli Demopolis, Ala. 

James Jarrell Lineville, Ala. 

J. Brouchton LAMERTII Alexander City, Ala. 

James D. Mallorv Anniston, Ala. 

Charles D. Riddle Fast Lake, Ala. 

Class of 1925 

F. Braxton Cospkr Sterretts, Ala. 

Leroy Eliott Vincent, Ala. 

WILLIAM B. GuLLETTE Florence, Ala. 

Jesse J. Lackey Boa/, Ala. 

J. Frank Norris East Lake, Ala. 

J. Boyd Runvan \shland, Ala. 

J. Jones Stewart Mobile, Ala. 

William IL Stubbs East lake, Ala. 

James II. Wise La Fayette, Ala. 

Class of 1926 

Douglas M. Brasweli Demopolis, Ala. 

Joseph BANCR01 i East lake, Ala. 

John T. Fi.i.is, Jr Clanton, Ala. 

Lrman L. Crew Goodwater, Ala. 

C. Thaddeus Ivev Evergreen, Ala. 

Taylor W. Shows Luverne, Ala. 

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Roll of Ch voters 



1 ni\ ersit) ol Virginia. 

Bethanj College. 

Mercer University. 

University "l Alabama. 

I low ard College. 

North Georgia Agricultural College. 

Washington and Lee University. 

I niversitv of Georgia. 

University of Kansas. 

Emory University. 

I.chigh University. 

I Diversity of Missouri. 

Vanderbilt University. 

University of Texas. 

Louisiana State University. 

University of North Carolina. 

De Pauw University. 

Perdue University. 

Indiana University. 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 

Mount Union College. 

Southwest Kansas College. 

University of Iowa. 

Ohio State University. 

William Jewell College. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

University of Vermont. 

North Carolina College of Agriculture 

Mechanical Art?. 
Rose Polytechnic Institute. 
Tulane University. 
I. eland Stanford College. 
University of California. 
Georgia School of Technology. 
Northwestern University. 
Albion College. 

Stephens School of Technology. 
Colgate University. 
Maryland State College. 
Trinity College. 
Lafayette College. 
University of Oregon. 
Colorado School of Mines. 
Cornell University. 



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University of Kentucky. 
University ol Colorado. 
University ol Wisconsin. 
University of Illinois. 
University of Michigan. 
Missouri School ol Mines. 
University of Washington. 
University of West Virginia. 
University ol Chicago. 
Iowa State College. 
University of Minnesota. 
University of Arkansas. 
University of Montana. 
Syracuse University. 
Case School of Applied Science. 
Dartmouth College. 
Columbia University. 
Penn State College. 
University of Oklahoma. 
Western Reserve University. 
University of Nebraska. 
Lombard College. 
State College of Washington. 
Delaware College. 
Brown University. 
Stetson University. 
University of Maine. 
University of Nevada. 
University of Idaho. 
George Washington T Diversity. 
Colorado Agricultural College. 
Carnegie Institute of Technology. 
Oregon Agricultural College. 
University of Arizona. 
Drury College. 
Wesleyan University. 
University of Wyoming 
Oklahoma Agricultural College. 
University "f Florida. 
University of Tennessee. 
University of the South. 
William and Mary College. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. 
Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Sixty-three Active Chapters. 

Founders 

F. S. Taylor Robertson* Howard L. W. Tazwell 

j. E. Wood J. B. Sclater 



Alpha Pi Chapter 

Established in 1911 



O. T. Alford 



Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1923 
C. R. Bennett 
H. G. Wheeler 



Homer A. Casey- 



Class of 1924 
A. L. Head C. W. Allgood 

D. A. Gaylord F. A. Mullins 

C. E. Hearn 



Class of 1925 
J. L. Gregory W. M. McCarthy 

\V. L. Linderman R. A. Nunnally' 

R. E. Owens C. K. Wier 

C. H. Stevens H. E. Whitehead 



H. E. Watlington 

H. C. Stevenson 



Class of 1926 
G. L. Burns E. S. Lanier 

E. B. Cox R. H. Tinklepaugh 

J. L. Finklea J. B. Parks 

A. II. Knight F. E. Williams 

E. R. Dawson 



R. A. Clayton 
F. C. Freem in 



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Psi Delta Fraternity 



Colors: Purple and Gold 



Founded at Howard College in 19CO. 



Flo=u:rr: Violet 



Founders 

Mell Durani Smith William C. Crawford Thomas Valentine Meal 

F. Hatcher Watkins Albert Lee Smith 



Fratres ix Facultate 

Percy 1'kaii Burns Gladstone Jackson 

Fratres ix Collegio 

Class of 1923 

Charles McKinley Hurst Bessemer, Ala. 

Clarence Leigh Kelly Talladega, Ala. 

Class of 192+ 

William Talley Bains Blountsville, Ala. 

Hugh Howard Barfield Lineville, Ala. 

William Cri MPTON Hare : Tuskegee, Ala. 

Joseph Carlton Lee Birmingham, Ala. 

James ORLANDO OGLE Albertville, Ala. 

Roreri WHALE1 Sh ELTON Birmingham, Ala. 

FRED HOLLIS WHITE Birmingham, Ala. 

George W. Varbrough Roanoke, Ala. 

Class of 1925 

William Shepherd Fuller Dadeville, Ala. 

James F. C. Griggs Marbury, Ala. 

Class of 1926 

William R. Abbott Easonville, Ala. 

Roiieri II. Bradford Uniontown, Ala. 

Poni B. Cox Slocomb, Ala. 

Jack CHAMPION Mountain Creek, Ala. 

RoberI J. I)i\i)i Boaz, Ala. 

William B. DOWELI Birmingham, Ala. 

Horaci S. Hali .- . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

J. Donald Merchant Maplesville, Ala. 

Aubrei s. Mikm, Jr Birmingham, Ala. 

Hugh D.Reeves Lineville, Ala. 

J. ELLIOT! SCARBROUCH Mt. Willing, Ala. 

Raybi r\ 1.. \\'i \r \shburn, Ga, 

I'l EDGE 

R<>v I scram Birmingham, Ala. 

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History of Psi Delta Fraternity 




NE of the greatest contributors to international records wove into the 
fabric of her immortal government, Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. 
Liberty, the essential of progress; Equality, the essential in society; Fra- 
ternity, the essential of real living. 

In the year 1901, a number of students at Howard College organized 
themselves together for the purpose of petitioning Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
fraternity. The organization was known as the Psi Club, and the rec- 
ords show Thomas V. Neal as the first president. 

At the time this organization was effected, the college was not open to fraternities. 
In the early part of the following year, the faculty announced the college open to fra- 
ternities. The Psi Club then secured the room now used as the Zeta Omega sorority 
room, and made it into a room fit to be used as a bom.- tor the club. 

In these early days the Psi Club carries on its rolls the names of main ladies, who 
were known as honorary members. As time passed, the members of the Psi Club be- 
came interested in making the club into a real fraternity. With this idea in mind, 
plans were made tor a fraternity home, and a constitution, by-laws, etc., were drawn 
up. The name of the Psi Club lias became Psi Delta Fraternity. 

From the very outset this fraternity has had the names of some of Howard's strong- 
est characters on its roster. For more than twenty years this fraternity has been teach- 
ing its lesson of life to Howard men. These men have gone out into the world with 
this lesson stamped indelibly upon their minds. Many of them have climbed high upon 
the ladder of fame. Others there are, who have become strong men in many of the 
world's professions. They are all proud of the fraternity and the fraternity is, indeed, 
proud of them. As the years come and go this list ever grows larger and larger, and 
the task of this fraternity is to help send more men thoroughly prepared to live life to 
the fullest extent. I his it has done in the past, is doing in the present, and will do in 
the future. 

Preachers, doctors, lawyers, men of Psi Delta, wherever you are, we greet you; in 
your success we glory, of your achievements we are justly proud. As we go out into 
life, we too, hope to reflect credit upon the best fraternity in the world — Psi Delta. 



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Phi Kappa Nu 



Local. Founded 191 9. 



Founders 

James J. Bell Bolivar B. O'Rear Walter G. Pledger 

Dewey H. McMeans J. Ford Robinson 



FRATRES IX COLLEGIO 

Class of 1923 

James W. Bottom J. P. Gillespie, Jr. Robert W. Herring 

Eugene E. Johnson Charles E. Stone 

Herman D. Thomas J. Carl Vaughn 

William L. Williams 



Class of 192+ 
J. Splrceon Brindi.iy Turner Jordan 

Glenn O. Gibbs A. Nflson- Willis 

Class of 1925 
Benj. Franklin Atkins Frank P. Lasseter William R. Britton 

George R. Saxon Leland G. Johnson- 

Henry E. Thompson 

Ci. \ss 01 1926 
A. Clyde Adams Ernest E. Allen J. T. Anthony 

Pall Barnett Hi ey F. Wells 

C. A. Hassler, Jr. 

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Aii mm Members 

James J. Bi 1 1 
John E. Brew ton 
Ernesi I". Cox 
II. R. Garrett, Jr. 
Joseph I'. Hall 
William T. Hi nderson 
j. Clark Hodgins 
Dewey II. McMi ans 
George A. Neeu 
Grover C. O'Ki I I 5 
Bolivar B, O'Rear 
T. E. O'Rear 
I. Newberni I'm IERSON 

WALTER G. PLEDGER 

Thomas Earle Powi i i 
J. Ford Robissov 
William c;. Smith 
Lawler I". Watson 



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Men s Pan-Hellenic Council 

Officers 

Jamks W. Britton President 

Eugene Watlington Vice-President 

Clarence I.. Kki.i.y Secretary 

Members 

Sigma Nu — /'; Kappa Alalia — 

James J irrell Clarence Hi hneti 

Burneti Cowari Eugene Watlington 

Psi Delta— Phi Kappa Nu— 

William ('. Hare J. W. Britton 

('. I.. Kelly ll. D. Thom is 



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Women s Pan-Hellenic Council 
Officers 

Vik<;i\]\ Carsweli President 

Evelyn Graves Vice-President 

Aileem Gullihorn Secretary 

Members 

Virgin i\ Carsweli Alpha Delta Pi 

V*ES1 \ CARHSLl Alpha Delta Pi 

Wn.i it Hugh Kirk Delta Gamma Sigma 

I \ i i ■> n Graves Delta Gamma Sigma 

An i in Gullihorn Zeta Omega 

Helyn I.vni Zeta Omega 

Virginia Minter Lambda Xi Delia 

lU.Rinv Howard I.amhda Xi Delta 



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Alpha Delta Pi 

Founded at Wesleyan College, I S 5 1 . 

Thirty-nine Active Chapters. 

Eighteen Alumnae Organization*.. 

Founders 

Mrs. Fitzgerald Mrs. Glass 

Mrs. Rush 



Kappa Chapter 

Installed 1 91 9. 

sorores in" collegio 

Class of 1923 

Virginia Carswell 

Class of 1924 
Vesta Carlisle Gertrude York 

Ethel Clark Eura Abrams 



I'.i \\ Abrams 
Carolyn Webb 



Class of 1925 
Virginia Hill Sarah Bentley 

Annie Lee Mason Katheryn CkAic 

Ellie Mae Lawley 

Class of 192C 
Marlin Harris Julia Finklea Elinor Beasley 

Helen Bass Althea Dryden Jennyi C. Robinson 

Helen Hurlbert Helen Sparks 

M \k\ Esther Bentley Willie Mai: Hardy 

Evelyn Hix Elizabeth Lloyd 

Mary Elizabeth McClure 

Sorores i\ Urrf. 
Birmingham Ah mnae Chapter 

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Roll of Chapters 

•Wesleyan Female College Macon, Ga. 

'Salem College Salem, Mass, 

■Man Baldwin Baltimore, M<l. 

University of Texas Austin, Tex. 

Newcomb College New Orleans, 1 a. 

Southwestern University Georgetown, Tex. 

•University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Lawrence College Appletmi, Wis. 

Florida State College Tallahassee, Fla. 

Howard College Birmingham, Ala. 

Brenau College Gainsville, Ga, 

•Woman's College Montgomery, Ala. 

Randolph-Macon Lynchburg, I a. 

Ohio State University Athens, Ohio 

Trinity College Durham, N. C. 

Iowa State College Ames, Iowa 

Boston University Boston, Mass. 

University of Illinois Urbana, 111. 

Kansas State University Lawrence, Kan. 

Washington State Pullman, Wash. 

Hanover College Hanover, Ind. 

Wittenberg College Springfield, Ohio 

University of California Berkeley, Cal. 

Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, La. 

University of Colorado Boulder, Colo. 

Iowa State University Iowa City, Iowa 

University of Missouri Columbia, Mo. 

Colin College Watcrville, Me. 

University of Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. 

Southern Methodist University Dallas, Tex. 

Kansas State College Manhattan, Kan. 

Universit) of Washington Seattle, Wash. 

University of Pittsburg Pittsburg, Pa. 

University of Tennessee Knoxville, L'enn. 

George Washington University Washington, D. C. 

Oklahoma Mech. and Agri College Stillwater, Okla. 

University of New Mexico Albuquerque, N. M. 

Ohio State College Columbus, Ohio 

University of Oregon Eugene, Ore. 

University of Wisconsin Madison, Wis. 



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Delta Gamma Sigma Sorority 

Local Founded at Howard College, 1919. 
Colors: Green and White Flower: White Rose 

Founders 
Ruth Morris Ruth Casey 

Vera Mae Dumas 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1923 

Nallie Mae Casey Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1924 

Nellie Gibbs Ensley, Ala. 

Evelyn; Graves Fairfield, Ala. 

Florine Hagood Birmingham, Ala. 

Loyce HENDRICK Hartford, Ala. 

Willie Kirk Birmingham, Ala. 

Miriam THORNTON Birmingham, Ala. 

Roberta Trechsei Birmingham, Ala. 

JEANETTE VAUGHAN Geneva, Ala. 

Ruth Wallace Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1925 

Kuby Little Morris, Ala. 

Irma Parsons Birmingham, Ala. 

Tiiu.ma STACY Birmingham, Ala. 

Mabel WlLLOUGHBY Gordon, Ala. 

Kathleen Sloan Ensley, Ala. 

Cl VSS OF 1926 

Thelma Bates Ensiey, Ala. 

Margaret Church Birmingham, Ala. 

Jewel Graves Fairfield, Ala. 

Frances McNeil Birmingham, Ala. 

Grace Pass Blountsville, Ala. 

Naufleet Si mil in Birmingham, Ala. 

Sorores in Alumnae 

Ruby Barion Movies, Ala. 

Bertha Bates Ensley, Ala. 

ANNIE BoyeTT Birmingham, Ala. 

Ri 111 t'\Mv Birmingham, Ala. 

VERA Dumas Birmingham, Ala. 

Gladys Falkner Ensley, Ala. 

I IIvkris Birmingham, Ala. 

()ki ne Lammert Ensley, Ala. 

RUTH MORRIS Birmingham, Ala. 

Anadelle Patterson Port Arthur, IV\. 

Florence Pass Blountsville, Ala. 

Eunice Sloan Ensley, Via. 

Wiiviv Waggoner Ensley, Ala. 

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Zeta Omega 

Founded 1916. 
Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Red Rose 

Founders 

Kathleen Clark Hazel Newman Frances Martin 

Cecilia Cain- 
Annie Merle Haggard 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
Bennie Spinks 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1923 

Helyn Allison Lane Birmingham, Ala. 

Nancy Mabel Hodges Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1924 

AlLEEN GULLAHORN Ensley, Ala. 

Mildred Basenburg Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Bunn Gay Ensley, Ala. 

Cl\ss of 1925 

Daisy Hoover Birmingham, Ala. 

Doris Mader Ensley, Ala. 

Class of 1926 

Frances Newman Birmingham, Ala. 

I'taa Almoren Ensley, Ala. 

Mary Elizabeth McPherson East lake, Ala. 

Hazel Conn Birmingham, Ala. 

Cornelia Hanlin Birmingham, Ala. 



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Zeta Omega Alumnae 

Bennie Spinks, Instructor, Howard College. 

Nell Hodges, Teacher, Central College, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Annie Merle Haggard, Teacher, Central High School. 

Cecilia Cain. Teacher North Ave. Pres. School, Atlanta, ( ia. 

Mrs. E. M. Strickland, (Hazel Newman), Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Martin, Gadsden High School, Gadsden, Ala. 

Anna Johnston, Birmingham, Ala. 

Mrs. Bruce Mabee, North Carolina. 

Mrs. Robert Nettles, (Hattie Hope), Fairfield, Ala. 

Mrs. Joe Debardlaben, (Frances Sheldon), Ensley, Ala. 

Mrs. Hodge, (Mary Brown Buckshaw), Birmingham, Ala. 

Aileen Crosswell, Manchester, (la. 

Kathleen Clark, Birmingham, Ala. 

Nannie Myrtle Price, Bessemer High School. 

Mrs. Arthur Duke, (Mildred Clapp). 

Mayone Gilmore, Sicard, Ala. 

Mary Hord Wilson, Birmingham, Ala. 

Norine Lyles, Ashland, Ala. 

Marie Clark, Birmingham, Ala. 

Ruby Arnold, Ashland, Ala. 

Mary Lucille Fzell, Student Judson College. 



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Lambda Xi Delta Sorority 

Local Founded at Howard College April 13, 1922. 
Colors: Purple and Gold Flotaer: White Carnation 

Founders 

Edna Pate Bertha Howard 

Jessie L. Freeman Virginia Minter 

Charter Members 

Gertrude Dial Sara C. Webb Wii.helmina Shakelford 

Elizabeth Foster Lillie C. Barnes Anna Kenda 

Jewel Hagood 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1923 

Jessie L. Freeman Birmingham, Ala. 

Bertha Howard Fairfield, Ala. 

Class of 192+ 

Lillie C. Barms Ensley, Ala. 

Hallie Pearl Stephenson Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1925 

M. Elizabeth Foster Birmingham, Ala. 

Virginia C. Minter Birmingham, Ala. 

Susie A. Minter Fast Lake, Ala. 

Class of 1926 
Evelyn Hearn Ensley, Ala. 

Special 
Gertrude Diai East Lake, Ala. 

Pledge 
Johnie Lee Pooi Birmingham, Ala. 

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NINETEENTH CENTURY BELLES 



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i>> Miss Dorla Mailer 



The Magazine Rack 



Vanity Fair 
Prettiest • Nell McElhennev 

Vogue 
Most Voguish • Mary Elizabeth McCi.i re 

American 
Best All-Round . . . . ■ Ethel Clark 

Lite 
Wittiest • Elizabeth Lloyd 

Youth s Companion 
Must Youthful • Julia Finklea 

Howard Crimson 
Most Representative Virginia Carswell 



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Who's Who at Howard— Among the "Eds 




Walter Bextley, Best-looking Man 

Walter L. Bentlev, the original "Sweet Thing," 
won the title of best-looking man on the campus. He 
appreciated this honor still more because girls only 
were allowed to vote. Ham Stevens came next, but 
Walter's dimples and eye lashes were too much for 
him. 

GEORGE YaRBROUGH, Brainiest Man 

When you see the accompanying picture you may 
expect to look at some "boner" with big heavy books 
under his arm, but George is so brainy that he 
doesn't have to do the boning or carry the books. 
We are justly proud of him. He is the delight of 
all the profs and a regular fellow besides. 

William C. Hare, Shrewdest Politician 

"Billie" should feel highly elated over winning out 
in a field so crowded with aspirants. Robert Her- 
ring. Fatty Thomas and Hilton Upton ran him a 
pretty good race. Was it his smile, his curls, or his 
line that won it for him? 

James Jarrell, Most Popular Man 

Jimmie is from Lineville. He is the "Sheik of 
Clay County." He doesn't care who knows it. The 
only secret he cares about keeping is what the "H' 
in his name stands for. Iloyt. Maybe that account-, 
for his popularity, for "Hoyt's" i^ quite popular. At 
all events he far outdistanced any competitor as the 
most popular man in school. Ask "Gooter" or any 

r. c. o. d. p. 

Ham Stevens, Best Athlete 

Besides acquiring next to the highest number of 
votes as our best-looking man, Ham has been 
selected by Coach Cope as our best all-round athlete. 
His beautiful toe-work in the Howard-Birmingham- 
Southern game thrilled our bleachers. His baseball 
iv now demonstrating how easy it is to strike out op- 
posing teams. Ham i- all to the good. 

S \\l I II. I.. II I VTH 

President of Student Body 

Our "Who's Who" would not be complete with- 
out Samuel II. Heath— the biggest man in the vtu- 
(U lit body— in two ways, physical]) and officially. 
Sam is everybody's friend and a splendid executive 

as well. lie i-. BS "big" as he looks. 



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ColkrCalnidar 




September 3. Opening Day. What fun we 
had seeing everybody again and looking over 
the Rat-. 

October 17. Pledge day for Fiat-. Those 
becoming pledge- have the air that the world 
is perfect, but they just don't know what initi- 
ation mean-. 

November 14. Mississippi A. and M., o; 
Howard, o. How proud we were of our team 
to hold those Aggie-! 

November 17. Trip to Cullman. It'- lots of 
fun making impressions on an assembly of 
Baptist-, especially when you get fed hee — 
and then, besides, having a special train with 
just Howard boys and girl-. We hope \\c can 
go to convention next year. 

November 2-,. Birmingham-Southern "pep" 
meeting. "And give 'em what Had said." 
Spi 1 1 In s. 

November .15. Howard vs. Birmingham- 



Southern. Hurrah for our grow ling Bulbing- ' 
Oh, gee! but it's great to have a righting team 
and to bite those Panthers' tail-. The sun 
never went down on a more glorious crowd 
than on that How aril gang on that unforgct- 

le Saturday night. 

December 14. "Hurrah for Santa Clausl" 
We all packed up and went home tor Christ- 
mas. 

January 3. Somehow we managed not to 
eat too much, for we all got back to school, 
but, oh, how blue that da) was. 

January 11. Those mid-term exams. The 
sun quit shining that week. 

lanuarv 29. Founder-' Pay. Eighty-first 
anniversary tor Howard. 

"Oh. Howard, Alma Mater, dear, 
We love thy glorious name." 

January 31. Pledge day for sororities. We 
wonder if girls really think they look cute in 
white, or if they do it just to be different. 
Oh, well! 

February 4. Sleet storm. One time 
Birmingham looked clean. 

February 5. Blue Monday (following the 
sleet storm). No street cars, no lights, and 
boys walking home from their Sunday night 
dates. 

April 13. Annual stunt night. Our first real 
"college night" — the first, but not the last. 

April 20. Howard players at the Jefferson. 
Now, didn't Walter just thrill you when he 
looked at Virginia ? 

May 20. Sunday — Commencement sermon. 
Dr. John E. White, president of Anderson 
College, Anderson, S. C. Isn't it funny how 
caps and gown- are so becoming to some of 
us, and so hideously ugly on the re-t of US? 

May 21. Class day exercises, alumni ban- 
quet, open house, Olee Club and college recep- 
tion. Alumni address, Clayton F.. Cro-land, 
associate president of Ward-Belmont College. 

May 22. Graduation. I. envoi. Bacca- 
laureate address, Dr. John 1 . Mctcalf, profes- 
sor of English, University of Virginia. 



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CANADA LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY 

Attractive Policies 

With a Company That is Over Seventy-five Years Old, Having 

Over 86 Million Dollars Assets, and Over 360 Million 

Dollars Insurance in Force. 



LET US SATISFACTORILY INSURE 
YOUR LIFE 

Seri>?ce Second to None 



Unusual Contracts Offered to Ambitious Young Men. Thorough 
Training in Life Insurance Available at this Agency. See us for 
Particulars. 

FOLMAR BROTHERS 

Southern Managers 

jefferson county bank building 
birmingham, alabama 

Main 3894 




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INSURE WITH HOWARD MEN 



See our NEW POLICY. It pays for the insured Ten Dollars per $ 1 ,000.00 
per month during his lifetime, with no further premiums required, in the event 
of total and permanent disability by any disease or accident, and the face 
value of the policy at death. In addition to this, it pays twice the face value of 
the policy for accidental death. 



The Jefferson Standard s Rates Are Right 



W. A. 



ALBERT LEF. 



BERRY & SMITH 

General Agents for Alabama 
401-2-3 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Birmingham, Alabama 



GROCERIES 

OF ALL KINDS 



For All Occasions 
At Popular Prices 



W. B. EDMOND 
6f SON 

Magnolia Point 



A 


J. 


Koenig 


& Son 


i 


WHOLESALE AND 
FLORISTS 


RETAIL 




Re;. 


Phone Main 3995 
Phone Woodlawn 355-W 


318 


N. 21 


s: Si. Birmingham, Ala. 



'Everything From Foundation 
to Chimney Top" 

W. D. Wood Lumber 
Company 

Eighth Avenue and Thirteenth Street 

Main 9590 

/( Pays — "See Wood for Wood" 



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COMPLIMENTS OF THE 



AUGUSTA FRIEDMAN SHOP 

INCORPORATED 



ASK ANY WELL DRESSED 
WOMAN 



BESSEMER COAL, IRON AND 
LAND CO. 

MINERS OF HIGH-GRADE 
STEAM AND DOMESTIC 



COAL 



1 3 ! 2 American Trust Building Telephone Main 1105 




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Everything Our Name Implies to Preserve and Beautify 

the Home 

Birmingham Paint and Glass Co. 

2021 Fourth Ave., N. Birmingham, Ala. 




HOWARD BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN GAME 



Send to the Laundries and 



BUY LAUNDRY COUPON BOOKS 

At the Laundry Coupon Sales Office, 2008 First Avenue, and save trouble 
making change with the drivers 

BIRMINGHAM LAUNDRY OWNERS CLUB 



EVERYBODY LIKES TO 

DUCK INN 

By and For the 
Students 



Select Jewelry for Select People 

P. H. Linnehan 
Jewelry Co. 

107 North Twentieth St. 
Phone Main 94 



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WILLIAMS 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 
COMPANY 

2038 Fourth Avenue, North 
Birmingham, Ala. Main 7989 



JAMES WALKER 

REAL ESTATE 

Agent for Roebuck Springs 
Land Company 



Office: 7708 Underwood Ave. 
Phone Woodlawn 732 



Phone Main 8994 



$} Y/A Ben Karp 

% |U /^j r f Ladies' Tailor 

°5C«v" and Furrier 



201 Clark Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. 



Insurance of All Kinds. Rentals — Apart- 
ments, Homes, Stores. Real Estate, Sales, 
Loans. 

MOSELEY, HENDERSON & 

DAVIS REALTY 

COMPANY 

Office, 310 N. Twenty-first Street 
Phones, Main 791-792 

Insurance and Rentals 



BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS OF 1923 

JAFFE JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

Everything in the Way of Gilts for 
the Graduates 

GIFTS THAT LAST 





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For Graduation Presents We Rec- 
ommend Gruen Verithin and Wrist 
Watches. 



Bromberg and. 
Company 



JEWELERS & 
SILVERSMITHS 



Twentieth St. at Third Ave. 

Exclusive Parisian 

Importations 



CONSERVATIVE BANKING 

American 

Trust and Saving 

Bank 

Member of Federal Reserve 
System 

Capital 

$500,000.00 

Surplus and Profits 

$550,000.00 



P. C. RATLIFF & SON 

INSURANCE 

THE PENN MUTLAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 
of philadelphia 

Assets Over $225,000,000 

P. C. RATLIFF & SON, General Agents 
1003 Jefferson County Bank Building, Birmingham, Alabama 

A Perm Mutual Premium, less a Perm Mutual Dividend, purchasing a Perm 
Mutual Policy containing Perm Mutual values, makes an Insurance Propo- 
sition which, in the sum of All Its Benefits, is unsurpassed for net low cost, 
and care of all interest of all members. It is best not just one way, but all 
rvays, and always. Back of it is a seventy-six-year reputation for fair dealing 
with all its policy holders, whether continuing, withdrawing, maturing or dying. 



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Birmingham Distributors 
of 

Merry Widow and 
Flora Flours 

LEE BROTHRS 

Wholesale Grocers 

2202 Morris Ave. 
Birmingham, Ala. 




FULL LINE 

BATHING 
SUITS 



WlMBERLY 

and Thomas 

Hardware 

Co. 

BlRMlN'CHAM, ALA. 



Copyright 1922. Jantzen Knitting Mill* 



WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HOTEL AND CAFE SUPPLIES 

WOOD-FRUITTICHER GROCERY 
COMPANY 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Telephone Main 8114 



2035 Morris Avenue 



BIRMINGHAM 



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THRIFT 

IS AN EDUCATION THAT 

IS NOT LEARNED 

IN SCHOOL 

Or From Printed Books 

The Most Practical 
Way 

Is to Do Your Shopping At 

PIZITZ 



COMMUNITY 
SILVER 

Guaranteed 
Fifty Years 

See Our Complete Line 

Robt. Prowell 
Stove Co. 

201 1 Third Ave. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



DOUGLASS BROS. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND PRODUCE 



2017-2019 Morris Avenue 



Phones Main 745 7-7458 



A LULLABY 

(To Howord's Most Youthful Co-ed. Miss Julia Finklca) 
The north wind sings a doleful song 
Around our hut the whole day long. 
So hush, my child, and gainst my breast 
Lean your fair head that you may rest. 
Go to sleep and cry no more; 
See the kitten on the floor; 
He softly licks the silken fur 
And makes a happy, throaty purr. 
So go to sleep, my little dove, 
Beneath the wings of mother's love. 
Close your eyes while the old moon beams 
At my little Julia as she dreams. 

— Fred H. White. 



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FLOWERS FOR "HER" 

At Commencement 

Corsage and Arm Bouquets 

Tastefully Arranged 

From 

THE BLOSSOM 
SHOP 

D. L. Smith, Mgr. 

505 N. 20th St. Molton Hotel 
Main 8091 



Matthews 

Electric Supply 

Company 



WHOLESALE 

EECTRICAL 

DISTRIBUTORS 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Our Stock Affords Unusual Op- 
portunities for Selecting Useful and 
Appropriate 

Graduation Gifts 

REID LAWSON 

incorporated 
308 North 20th Street 

JEWELERS 

'What We Say It Is 
It Is" 



McGOUGHS 
BETTER BREAD 



SO 



McGOUGH BAKERIES 

2113 Second Avenue 
729 N. 26th Street 





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EVERYTHING 
TO WEAR 

The Newest Things 
First 



AND THE BEST 
VALUES ALWAYS 



Bla£hS 

CASH JTOII Ll ■IRMINbHAM 



All Right, Boys 

ONE-TWO-THREE! 

Here we go! Just remember this 
— the fellow that plants his savings 
in Birmingham and Alabama real 
estate is sure to get ahead financially 
and be a better citizen. 

We wish you much success and 
trust we may have the opportunity 
to show you how to buy and pay for 
real estate. 

Vaughn Realty Co. 

2129 Third Avenue 

Birmingham, Alabama 



ENGRAVED 

Wedding Invitations 

Visiting Cards 
Monogram Stationery 



DEWBERRY & 
MONTGOMERY 

2014 First Ave. 



EVERYBODY ENJOYS ATTENDING 

SOUTHSIDE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

1 1th Ave. and 19th St., S. 



REV. J. E. DILLARD. D.D. 
Pastor 

REV. B. F. GILES, D.D. 

Assistant Pastor 



"A Church of the People 

For the People 

And By the 

People" 



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TURNER STUDIO COMPANY 

C. R. Hatcher, Manager 

PHOTOS 

OF THE BETTER KIND 



Clark Building, Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue 



Fraternity and 
Sorority 

CHAPTER HOUSES 



Furnished from our store always 
convey a homelike air yet pre- 
sent an individuality impossible 
to secure except from 

The Largest Stock of High 

Grade Furniture In 

the South 

Six Beautiful Floors to Select 
From — Terms to Suit Your Own 
Convenience — Prices Very Low. 

HOOD & WHEELER 

THE PEOPLE'S STORE 

2013 Fourth Ave. Birmingham 



GET IT 

AT 

DRENNENS 



Birmingham's Best Store 

For Over Half a 

Century 



EVERYTHING 

THAT MEN, WOMEN AND 

CHILDREN WEAR 




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utfitters for 


H 


oward College 


We welcome any and all of 


Howard students at our store. 


G 


ill and see us when in need of 


sporting goods. 


B. 


M. Chenoweth 




&? Company 




Phone Main 1590 




103 N. 20th Street 



Phone 


Main 4224 


MRS. A. B 


. DENNERLE 


Nestle 


Permanent 


Hai 


^ Wave 


2010 Fifth Ave. 


BlRMlNCHAM 



GIBBS-FORT DRUG 
COMPANY 

A Cood Drug Store 

5lh Ave. and 20th St. Phone M. 8211 

Birmincham, Ala. 



MERITA 
BREAD 

American Bakeries 
Company 



Trie Alabama Baptist 

317-18 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



PUBLISHED BY THE 

STATE BAPTIST CONVENTION 
L. L. Gwaltney, Editor 

Subscription price. $2.00 per year per copy 
Budget Churches $1.50 per year per copy 



KODAKS 

CORRECT DEVELOPING AND PRINTING 

Place Cards — Any Gifts 

TERRESON'S CAMERA 
SHOP 



403 N. 20r H St. 
Birmincham. Alabama 



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"WHEELER STUDENTS GET THE BEST POSITIONS" 




CHAPEL HOUR 



Wheeler Business Training Paves 
Way to Success 



tn< 



THE slogan, "Wheeler Students Get the 
Best Positions," is not an idle boast, 
but a fact which is emphasized more and 
more as the years go by. Birmingham 
business institutions, in ever increasing 
numbers, look to Wheeler's to provide 
young men and women for positions re- 
quiring efficiency and thorough business 
training— and many indeed are the Wheeler 
Students who have risen to positions of 
high trust, not only in Birmingham, but 
over the entiie South. 

This is the on'y educational institution 
in Alabama, with the exception of the 

State University, 

which is authorized 
by law to gram di - 
giees in business. 
Qualified students 
may receive one or 
more of. the fol- 
lowing decrees: II. 
G. B. • 1 1 ...... « 

Graduate in Busl- 
11. ssi. H. .\. i Bach- 
elor of Account - 1 



COURSES OF STUDY 

Commercial Stenographic 

Combination 
Secretarial 

Machine 

Salesmanship nn<l Business Bfflclencj 
Advanced Accounting 



M. A. (Master of Accounts). Wheeler Busi- 
ness College is fully accredited by the Na- 
tional Association of Accredited Commer- 
cial Schools. There are a variety of courses 
with teacher specialists in every line; com- 
plete up-to-date equipment, and modern, 
roomy quarters. 

Our Stenographic Course provides in- 
struction in both the S'.oan-Duployan and 
Gregg methods of shorthand. 

The same courses and the same per- 
sonal methods of instruction are em- 
ployed in our Night School as in the 
day sessions — and the Night School con- 
tinues throughout 
the year, 

R< allj ambll lous 
young men and 
women will find 

that this big insli- 
tUtlOn can provide 

. ■. i i \ thing possible 

to In ing sue. ess 

and salary eas- 
ily within their 
leach. 



W r i I c or Call for full Information 

WHEELER BUSINESS COLLEGE 

1909-29 First Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 




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"Just a Little Further, lint So Much Belter" 

C. H. WILLIAMS CONFECTIONERY 

If It's Good to 1 ..it 01 Drink. We I lave the Be;l 

Jtsr Across the Car Line Collece Station 




ONE REASON WE BEAT SOUTHERN 



Judson College 

For Young Women 

MARION, ALA. 
Established 1838 

Standard college course leading lo the 
B.A. degree. Conservatory of Music 
awards the B.M. degree. Home Econom- 
ics Model Home. Expression, Art. and 
Education. 

Large athletic field, swimming pool. 
Best religious and moral influences. 

For catalog and other information, ad- 
d/ess 

Paul V. Bomar, Pics. 



When the World Puts 
You On the Scales 

With commencement comes the first 
real step Into 1 1 ■ • lists <.r life's battle. 
iinu well you fare In the tilt, how man] 
ol the games you win, depends largely 
upon the equipment you carry with you 

Mentally >"ii are rullj "turned out," 
i,m your physical equipment depends 
large!} upon how you are dressed. 

utfltting many or the champlonB of 
life's engagements has perfected this 
ston In the arl ol dressing men and 
women to look their best. 

Out stoiH should becomi youi apparel 
Iquarters, if you are not already en- 
Joying the advantages such ;i connection 
offers. 

Odum, Bowers & White 

Apparel for Men ami W omen 
1915-1917 Third Avenue 



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"Our Stores Are Your Stores" 

SELLERS DRUG COMPANY 

400 North Twentieth Street 

Make Our Two Stores Your 
H eaaquarters 

GREENE DRUG COMPANY 

Corner Empire Building 



THE COLLEGE 
SHOP 

SANITARY BARBER SHOP 

J. T. Burge College Station 



Phone M. 3166 Night Call W. 44- W 

THE COURTENAY 
HEATING CO. 

HEATING AND REFRIGERATING 
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 

403 North 24th Street 
Birmingham. Ala. 



N 



ewman s 



CI 



eanenes 



Always a Representative on the Campus 
to Call for and Deliver at Any Time. 

VISIT OUR MODF.RN PLANT 

Office and Plant, 5601 Second Ave.. S. 
East Lake Branch. 116 South 77th St. 



Hy 


nds-Up 


shaw Paint 


a? 




Glass 


Co. 


, Inc. 






Wholesale 


jm</ Re 


tail Dealers 




2118 


Second Ave 




Phone M. 8049 




Birmingham, 


Ala. 




G 


old Stamps 


with C 


ash Purchases 







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When You 
Think Of Drinks 

HUNK OF 

BURCHFIEL 

A COMPLETE LINE OF 

DRUGS. STATIONERY 

TOILET ARTICLES 

FOUNTAIN PENS 

FINE CANDIES 

E. G. Burchfiel 

Woodlawn 1003 100 South 77tii St. 



CAN YOU MAKE GOOD COFFEE? 
The Secret Is In the Coffee Itself 




AS 



n Eve 



ROYAL CUP. with its flavor and 
freshness, delights all who try it. 

Buy Royal Cup and realize how near 
perfection Coffee can be. 

BATTERTON COFFEE CO 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Clothes 


Quarters 


For Y, 


lung Men 


LESS EXPENSE 


MORE 


VALUE 


Take the "El" 


Klothes Shoppe 


INCORPORATED 


Upstairs 


207^. N. 19th St. 


Fred Thelen, Mgr. 



Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty 

DeLuxe Barber Shop 

Joe and Frank Davis 

For twenty years Birmingham's best bar- 
bers, invite attention to their new location 

409 North 20th Street 
Birmingham, Ala. 



WALK-OVER 

COOL SI HMBB SHOES 

■ you in your School Work by Keep- 
ing Four Feet stylishly Comfortable. 

in many styles and all sizes at prices 
that please the pocket-book as well as 
they please the fei t. 

MrCOWAVs WALK-OVER HOOT SHOP 

21 I North Twentieth street 
R. P. McCowan, Propr. 



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Reminiscences of Long Ago 

(As Ceorge Yarbrough Recalls His Youth) 

The sun al eve, prepared for rest. 

Had gained the precincts of the west, 

When far across the wooded dell 
Was heard the tinkling of a bell. 

The lowing cattle homeward turned, 
Nor at the stream the water spurned. 

But deeply quaffed from laughing brook, 
And then the woodland path retook. 

A distant call floats through the trees, 
Wafted by the summer's breeze, 

And hastens on their homeward way 
These bovines, at the close of day. 

A lad awaits, with shiny pail, 

The cattle coming up the trail. 
Could happier life be found than this; 

A life of simple, rustic bliss? 

Fred H. White. 



The Southern Homes of Southern Cooking 



BRITLING CAFETERIAS 



No. 1, Birmingham, Alabama 
No. 2, Birmingham, Alabama 

No. 3, Atlanta, Georgia 
No. 4, Memphis, Tennessee 




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I he Finest of Tlwm All 

CROMER 

ARTCRAFT FOUNTAIN 

PEN CO. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



THE 

BIRMINGHAM 
ARMS & CYCLE CO. 

Rejoices in nearly a half century's 
faithful service to Southern sport- 
dom. 

It's not so much how many we 
serve, but how well we serve. 

Everything for Every Sport 

Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. 
Established 1880 

BIRMINGHAM ARMS & 
CYCLE CO. 

2017 Third Avenue 
Birmingham, Alabama 



"PURITY AT PARKER'S" 

Toilet Goods. 
Fine Candies. 
Flowers. 

Everything you expect to find in a mod- 
ern drug store. 

We appreciale your patronage. 

Parker Drug Store 

Woodward Bldg., the Convenient Corner 



COLLEGE MEN AND 
COLLEGE GIRLS 


Can Always Depend on the Apparel 
that comes from this Good Store 


"SAKS'' 




Alabama's leading 5/Jj/e Store 


Birmingham, Ala. 






Refined 
Music 

Refined 
Dancing 

Our Motto 



MILES SCHOOL FOR 
DANCING 




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SEE STRAUSS BEFORE YOU PAY MORE 




Birmingham Branch, 'i<)07 Third Avenue 
A. HELLER, Manager BIRMINGHAM, AI.AHUM 



Smart Men Look Smart 

OR SHOULD 

For the man who desires to be well 
groomed smart haberdashery is always the 
most practical. 

THE TOGGERY SHOP 

Haberdashery) of Character 
200 North 20th Street 



Farmer-Cannon 
Jewelry Co. 

Diamonds, Watches, and Sil- 
verware Merchants 

We Solicit Your Patronage 



3I8 N. Twentieth Street 
Birmingham, Ala. 



How Does Your 


Garden 


Grow? 




Ask McVay, He Can 


Tell You 


If you want Seed, see him 


in person or 


telephone him 




McVAY'S seed 


STORE 


2 1 1 7 Third Ave. 


Telephone Main 


8227 



BAUGH AND 
EMMERSON 



LAWYERS 



40 I -3 Brown-Marx Building 
Birmingham, Ala. 




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CAN YOU BLAME US? 

There is not a fair-minded citizen who will blame us for wanting to 
secure the hydro-electric power properties at Muscle Shoals for the general 
distribution of power to the public. 

The lands and surveys of this property on which we had expended $476,- 
000 were delivered to the government as a means of winning the World War, 
and the government paid the Alabama Power Company for this property 
the sum of $ I . 

Did You Know This? 

ALABAMA POWER COMPANY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Buy Your H 



ome 



WITH THE RENT 
MONEY 



With just about what you hand 
the landlord each month you can, 
by our easy monthly plan, soon own 
your own home. 

If you are still paying rent, come 
in and let us tell you how to stop. 



Jefferson County Bldg. 
& Loan Association 

1 1 3 North 2 I st Street 



YOU'LL FIND 
IT HERE 

Anything Found In a Real 
Drug Store 

CANDY 

Shipments Received Daily 

Try Our Fountain 
Service 

HOWARD DRUG 
COMPANY 

"Quality and Service Besl" 
7700 Underwood Ave. 




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HOWARD COLLEGE 



A STANDARD COLLEGE 
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY 

THE BAPTISTS OF ALABAMA 



In choosing a college the graduate of the high school naturally prefers to go to 
an institution that is alive and progressive. Howard College is growing stead- 
ily each year in numbers and influence. This is due to the character of the 
college life and to the splendid instruction afforded in the class rooms. 



Howard College prides itself on being the best insti- 
tution for general education in this section of the South. 



FOR CATALOGUE AND OTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS 

JOHN C. DAWSON, President 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 





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tj More than ninety universities, colleges and schools of 
the South favored us with their Annual printing contracts 
for the year 1923. 

€J This phenomenal record is the natural result of the high 
quality of workmanship displayed in all our publications, 
coupled with the very complete service rendered the Staff. 

€J From the beginning to the end we are your counselor 
and adviser in the financing, collecting, and editing of 
your book. 

<J Surely if "Experience is the best teacher," as an old 
maxim says, then our service must be supreme. Decide 
right now to know more about our work and service. 
Simply write for our proposition. 



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yhis^Annudl Illustrated 

^ by the 

A la ib a m a Engraving Cp, 

BIRMINGHAM 

THE %, RED ROBERT^OF THE COLLEGE 
ENGRAVING BUSINESS 




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